After a difficult few years, Roger Federer hopes to return to the court in peak physical condition in the coming months.
It took Roger Federer several years to operate and recover from the knee injury that kept him off the court at the end of 2021. His three visits to the operating room within 24 months cut short the career of this great tennis player, and his suspicions about his surroundings grow by the day.
After three successful runs and a pandemic cancellation, the Laver Cup is back without its starring Swiss. But that doesn’t mean “His Majesty” missed the tournament and went on crutches to support team his Europe.
Additionally, he used various contacts with the press to update him on his knee injury status. With the season over and he having just over three months to prepare for the Australian Open or his virtual entry into his first tournament in 2022, Roger says his Federer is in no rush to rehab. explained.
“I need to take my time I don’t want to rush anything now. This is for my life too. I want to be able to do whatever I want later. I’m in no hurry, so I’m in a very good place. I think the worst is over. i am very satisfied, Said the 20-time Grand Slam champion, according to the BBC.
This was Roger Federer’s year 2021
In short, if all goes well, Roger Federer will be on the court again early next year. This doesn’t guarantee he’ll qualify for his first Grand Slam of the year, but it would mean another big win for the Swiss.
Most of the tournaments were lost during 2021. He managed to return to the French Open, but decided to retire before playing the fourth round against Matteo Berrettini, continuing to look after rehab and preparing for Wimbledon.
The British Territory gave us a glimpse of Roger Federer’s best tennis. Unfortunately, these weren’t enough to stretch his way and he lost in the quarter-finals to Hubert Hrkacz of Poland.