Federer refuted Djokovic ‘s contradictory rumors, disclosing the time for his comeback
Roger Federer personally announced the time of his return and refuted the claims of a dispute with Novak Djokovic.
Since the Cape Town charity tournament in February, Roger Federer has yet to return to play
Swiss tennis player has endured 2 knee surgeries to bring an end to a chronic injury. There was a time when the “Express Train” would be back at the 2020 US Open, but that didn’t happen at the end of the day.
Recently, Roger Federer has personally announced his position and the tournament is set to return to the Swiss Illustrierte newspaper. He hopes he is on the right track, and he is trying to get his talent back. He doesn’t put too much pressure on himself so it just takes him time. He only plans to come back when he is ready for playing.
Right now, it looks like I’m going to start again by attending the Australian Open next January because I haven’t been able to play for more than two hours. I’m struggling to recover my stamina, and I’m not feeling the pain anymore. I don’t think I’m going to have to undergo any further operations.
With this announcement, Federer has publicly announced that he will miss the remainder of the 2020 tennis season as originally expected.
In addition, Federer has confirmed that there are several hopes for the future, but for now “Express Train” only needs to concentrate on his career as a professional player. In addition, the Swiss tennis player has denied contradictory rumors with Novak Djokovic.
They have differences, but it’s all about how to arrange the tennis, when the time comes and how the Covid-19s influence the tournaments. They’re both participants. There’s a lot at stake in the 10-person board of the system, so it’s natural to have mixed views.