Former Wimbledon runner-up Tomáš Berdych Roger Federer He claimed that there was nothing left to prove the Swiss, so he decided to oppose playing the tournament again. Federer, 40, underwent two knee surgeries last year and a third knee surgery in August this year.
Federer has announced that he will miss the Australian Open, revealing that Wimbledon may not be ready. “He probably wants to go back to the court and call, and whether he will play the last tournament, for his huge fan base around the world. An event in London.
“He has nothing to prove, so it’s up to him how he feels and how he wants to do it at the end of the day.”
Berdych knew it was time to retire
“One day I just got up in the morning and it was like’this is it’,” said the Czech.
Returning to the tour after the third knee surgery is a big achievement. Even if Federer returns, it’s not easy for him to beat Grand Slams and majors. “He is trying to prepare himself as much as possible, and he has enough experience to know that it doesn’t happen in one tournament,” Berdych said.
“But it’s very difficult to judge your level because there are no matches and you’re 40.” Basically, if you’ve been injured for six months and you’re ready in the middle of your career. You can see what is happening to you. What happens when you start playing.
“But in this situation, I think he needs to be mentally prepared that it could be just one match, even if he did everything possible. It’s not easy, The young men are there and give him no benefit. “”
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