Roger Federer, still the world’s fifth-largest player, will not be in the Australian Open in February, a month later than usual, giving players time to set up a quarantine period. He will miss the first slam of the season for the first time in 21 years, the last tournament he played in Melbourne last January.
A year before he won his last Grand Slam here, he showed those tears that made him more and more human and more and more loved for years. Only delayed preparation after double surgery on the right knee.
King Roger wants to enter his 23rd season as a professional. This year, Rafael Nadal will update the scoreboard to see him in the 20 slum tournaments reached at the 13th French Open. He should be back at the end of February. Certainly Wimbledon (grass is his favorite hunting ground) and the Olympics are on schedule.
Yes, his dignity wants to go to Tokyo. Many believe that one of the greatest careers in history could end on an iconic day in the land of Rising Sun. The Olympics will end on August 8, 2021, when Roger Federer turns. 40.
In a recent interview, Andrey Rublev was also asked for the name of an ideal tennis player. The 23-year-old refrained from doing so, but said he could deprive any player of his abilities in some circumstances.
Roger Federer is one of the most emotional players
“It depends on the criteria, you can take something from anyone,” Andrey Rublev said.
The Russians then emphasized the specific characteristics of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic. “For Rafael Nadal’s heart, Roger Federer’s sense of timing, and Novak Djokovic’s vision, backhand, and resilience,” the Russians continued.
Tennis ace Roger Federer became a professional tennis player in 1997. He was the standard-bearer of his country more than 20 years ago. All the sacrifices he had to make as a child proved to be worth it.
Federer first noticed when he defeated Pete Sampras in his only encounter at Wimbledon in 2001. Since then, Swiss players have done amazing things in the game. He has won 20 Grand Slam titles. Winning Wimbledon and the US Open five times in a row reflects the dominance of his career.
From this streak, his victory at the 2009 French Open will be something he is proud of. The way he couldn’t control his emotions said the same.
– Tennis Sports
“I think it’s Roger Federer’s timing sensation,” says the Top 10.
https://www.tennisworldusa.org/tennis/news/Roger_Federer/93830/-i-would-say-roger-federer-s-sense-of-timing-says-top-10/ “I think it’s Roger Federer’s timing sensation,” says the Top 10.