“I like when I don’t have to worry all the time.” – Tennis Sports

In addition to the disastrous consequences of the global epidemic, the 2020 season was hit hard by the absence of Roger Federer. After reaching the semi-finals at the Australian Open, the former world number one underwent double surgery on his right knee to resolve an injury that had affected him for some time.

The Swiss phenomenon decided to return directly to 2021 without forcing recovery time, but rehabilitation proved to be much more difficult than expected. A few days ago, the 39-year-old official news from the confiscation of Basel arrived at the Australian Open. The Australian Open will be held from February 8th to 21st, allowing all players to carry out a two-week forced quarantine.

The big goals of the 20th Grand Slam Champion are Wimbledon and the Tokyo Olympics, which can also represent the latest efforts in his wonderful career. In a very long interview given to Schweizer Illustriete every week, King Roger touched on various issues. Obviously, it includes the impact of health emergencies on each individual’s life.

Federer in his life during the blockade

“I had a very long time to look back. Life on the tour is very busy. But it’s really fun to be with other people, teams, family and Mirka. When I have a lot to do it And when I don’t have to worry all the time: what about me? What about other people? Am I grateful enough? What other people are like by my nature Are very important to me, they always come first.

If they’re okay, I’m okay too. Because of this, I didn’t need this blockade to notice. But perhaps not everyone knew what was really important in life, “Roger Federer explained. “Health, family, friends.

Everything you think is normal. That’s important, everything else is secondary, but I think it was already in everyone’s mind. For some, it was nice to be at home. It was terrible for others: go to school or work from home … you can really be half crazy.

It’s a big challenge and I hope we can all support each other as men and as Swiss. Because when I’m fine, it’s not always the case for everyone. You should always be in the position of others and support them.

Unfortunately, from a psychological point of view, I think a lot of people aren’t doing well from 2020, “Federer added.

– Tennis Sports

“I like when I don’t have to worry all the time.” “I like when I don’t have to worry all the time.”

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