Johannesburg, Dec.19: World number three Roger Federer has said that he will continue to polish his sneak-attack tactic ‘ SABR’ as he aims to add more to his record haul of 17 Grand Slams in the 2016 season. (ALSO READ; Rafael Nadal is truly greatest of current generation: Vijay Amritraj) Also Read - Tennis: Novak Djokovic Joins Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer in Skipping Miami Open 2021, Says Need to Use This Time to Spend Time With Family

The Swiss maestro attracted headlines across the world for using the strategy, which involves advancing right up to the service line on an opponent’s serve. He employed it to a great effect at the US Open and the preceding Cincinnati final. Also Read - Roger Federer Withdraws From Dubai ATP After Suffering Stunning Defeat in Qatar Open Quarterfinals

Federer, who was in Singapore for the International Premier Tennis League (IPTL), said that he would love to keep trying the tactic in the next season and insisted that he would spend time practicing on it, Sport24 reported. The 34-year-old will venture into the next season with new assistant coach Ivan Ljubicic, who replaced Stefan Edberg last week Also Read - Qatar Open 2021: Roger Federer Registers Hard-Fought Win on Injury Return After 13 Months