Roger Federer 'very disappointed' at US Open exit

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Roger Federer expresses his frustration at crashing out of the US Open at the hands of Tomas Berdych.

Roger Federer has expressed his frustration at crashing out of the US Open at the hands of Tomas Berdych.

The five-time champion went into the quarter-final as the clear favourite, but suffered a 7-6 6-4 3-6 6-3 defeat.

"I've got to go back to the drawing board right now and see what is the priority [for the rest of the year]," ESPN quotes Federer as saying.

"I've said it 100 times; it's been amazing - I'm back to number one, I won Wimbledon, but we don't need to talk too much about that right now. I lost the match. A very disappointing match for me."

Federer went on to say that his automatic qualification in round four due to Mardy Fish's withdrawal may have had a negative impact.

"I should come in here with tons of energy, ready to go, but who knows? If you get that day in, that match with Fish, [it's] maybe more confidence, who knows?

"Maybe that was something that the first two matches didn't give me enough. I don't know."

Berdych will take on Great Britain's Andy Murray in the semi-final following his victory over Federer.

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