“I coached Roger Federer …” says the ATP legend. – Tennis Sports

Roger Federer wisely confiscates the first Masters 1000 of the season scheduled for March 22 at the Miami Open, Magic City’s Hard Rock Stadium, as his physique can’t help him yet. I like. The Swiss champion has reached the threshold of almost 40 years and has decided to stay physique for over a year due to a knee injury. This kept him out of the field for a long time.

However, Roger regularly participates in the main draws of Doha and Dubai tournaments, which is a reason to smile for “King” fans. After that, he will not fly to America, but will prepare for the tough season with clay.

The anti-covid measures adopted at the Miami Open will be easier for athletes than the very rigorous quarantine experienced during the tour in “Kangaroo Country”, but the so-called tennis bubble will remain the power; then the plant Is specifically divided into sectors to allow for the maximum social distance possible.

In Florida, there is a mass presence, which should solve about 20% of total capacity. Another important novelty is the sharp drop in prices due to the crisis caused by the pandemic. Despite this asylum, all tennis celebrities in the world (except Federer) will be the starting line for the first 1000 of the season.

Novak Djokovic coach Goran Ivanisevic recently insisted that Roger Federer would never be canceled, despite the fact that the Swiss have been physically suffering for some time. In an interview with a tennis major, Goran Ivanisevic claimed that Roger Federer’s return was a signal of the Swiss being ready to return to the tour.

Ivanisevic talks about Roger Federer

“I played against Roger Federer and against Federer,” said Goran Ivanisevic. “One of the things I learned is that he should never be written down, so I won’t write it now.

Croats are not so dangerous, especially at Wimbledon, and at the National Open, but they are always dangerous. ” “”

Roger Federer has been missing since early 2020. He was last seen in the Australian Open court and was forced to undergo two knee surgeries thereafter. Federer initially planned to return at the Australian Open this year, but in January he changed his plans and announced that he would only return in Doha.

Later, Swiss legends also accepted wildcards just before the ATP500 tournament in Dubai starting March 14.

– Tennis Sports

“I coached Roger Federer …” says the ATP legend. “I coached Roger Federer …” says the ATP legend.

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