Roger Federer reveals exactly what he needs to return to best form for Wimbledon

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Federer played his first match since March yesterday when he took on Misha Zverev in the second round of the Stuttgart Open.

The world No 2 had never lost a set against the German before yesterday but was one down immediately and looked as though he might suffer a shock exit.

But the 36-year-old battled back to progress to the quarter-final where he will face Guido Pella.

Federer skipped the clay-court season in order to avoid any injuries or burnout heading into Wimbledon next month.

However, the 20-time Grand Slam champion admits he still needs more competitive games to help him get back to top form.

“I was very pleased, it was difficult from the stat,” Federer told Reuters.

“I think the cold conditions and the wettish conditions that we felt on the court, especially at the back of the court, made conditions even a bit faster, little more tricky to play.

“It just made the margins even slimmer. I think we both knew going into the match that a passing shot here or there or maybe a half-volley was going to make the difference.

“I just think I maybe created a bit more opportunities than he did and I was able to play better as the match went on and I think that’s something I can build on.

“I think it’s important for me to find my rhythm again after having basically no rallies today in the entire match.

“Finding some rhythm tomorrow would be good and just keep on playing points.

“I haven’t played in recent months so playing just a practice set might be good again.”

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