In the world of tennis, we look forward to Roger Federer returning to the circuit. It is one of the strongest athletes in the history of the sport and one of the most award-winning athletes to date. It’s pointless and redundant to return to highlighting the incredible results Switzerland has achieved over 20 years on the tour: 20 Grand Slam titles (including 8 Wimbledon, absolute record), 6 ATP finals. Ztrophy (nothing like him), 103 total titles (after Jimmy Connors), 23 consecutive major semifinals, doubles gold medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, silver medal at the 2012 Wimbledon singles.
These are just a few of the myriad of data that can prove Federer’s greatness. It is almost impossible to list them all. Roger, the final semi-finalist of the Australian Open, lost to Novak Djokovic in the semi-finals in three sets after risking being banished from the tournament several times in the previous match (with Tennys Sandgren). Think of a match ..).
Roger first announced that he would return to play only in the summer after undergoing two surgeries on his right knee, but a sudden coronavirus pandemic stopped the circuit for several months, making the Swiss champion the wisest. We have selected the most practical option.
: Returned directly in 2021. There is no absolute certainty yet, but Federer will need to attend the Australian Open 2021. This will be his 22nd appearance in a tournament that won 6 times between 2004 and 2018.
Simona Halep, the world’s second-largest player, recently shared his thoughts on Roger Federer, celebrating his success on the court and his friendliness off the court.
Roger Federer’s Halep
Simona Halep continued to lyrically talk about Roger Federer’s qualities, naming the 20th Grand Slam champion a “genius.”
But the Romanians understand that Federer must eventually begin to focus on other priorities in his life. “He was an idol for our entire generation, a very civilized man both outdoors and outdoors, sensible and warmly welcomed by everyone,” Halep continued.
“From my point of view, being a genius, it’s sad for Federer to lose sports, but when he decides this, I think it’s a wise decision. Life means something other than tennis. Increasingly, he is old and what he has achieved is enormous. ”
– Tennis Sports
“It’s sad that Federer’s sport disappears …” says the WTA star.
https://www.tennisworldusa.org/tennis/news/Roger_Federer/93743/-it-would-be-sad-for-the-sport-for-federer-to-disappear-but-says-wta-star/ “It’s sad that Federer’s sport disappears …” says the WTA star.