Roger Federer’s return stalls

Roger Federer’s return stalls

The Swiss tennis player continues to have doubts about his return. From Switzerland they don’t send messages of hope regarding the recovery process that the former number one was due to return to the tennis courts in mid-September.

All paralyzed. While everything seemed to indicate that Roger Federer would manage to return to ATP competition, several Swiss media commented on the possibility that this might not happen. Notably since the 2021 edition of Wimbledon He does not ride in an official ATP competition. More than a year later, when he no longer appears in the world rankings, his possible return has been confirmed in the form of the make the cup. In this tournament I would be with names like Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic or Rafa Nadal defend the European team. That’s why alarms are ringing in the background.

last minute hassle

Journalist Simon Graf argued in the Tages-Anzeiger newspaper that the winner of 20 Grand Slam tournaments suffered a setback in his recovery of the knee that had to be operated on, which is why Roger Federer’s return is blocked. All this seems to be caused by the presence of liquid when trying to speed up the exercises to confirm its return as soon as possible. This news contrasts with another referring to his country. A few days ago, his registration was confirmed in the ATP 500 Basel, his hometown, after the tournament had not been played since 2019 due to Covid-19. behind this there are a lot of rumors which revolve around a tennis player who has publicly declared that he was not afraid when he retired.

More details will be known in the coming days, as the world was set to see the last four ATP greats play, who knows, maybe together for the last time. Of their surroundings they reveal nothing else, so Roger Federer’s return is even more uncertain. At least for now we know that he maintained a hard physical training during all these years.

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