Looking forward to Roger Federer’s return
After a time of rest due to injury, 20 Grand Slam owner Roger Federer said he will quickly return to the top of the arena to be able to play in the Australian Open in 2021, which is set to begin on 8 February.
In 2020 Roger Federer was voted the most popular tennis player
This is also the 18th straight time that Federer has been awarded this honor. The Swiss Living Legend is ranked 5th on the ATP list and holds 39 ATP records. In the 2020 Australian Open, the 39-year-old lost to Novak Djokovic in the semi-final and had to hang his racket for the remainder of the season to have surgery and knee injuries.
Federer’s chances of winning his first Grand Slam in 2021 are slim as injury rehab continues more slowly than anticipated. In addition, due to his old age, Federer’s physical strength is no longer hard, impossible to deal with Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and the young talents in the top ten world.
The felt village is enthusiastically looking forward to the rematch between tennis players Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic at the 2021 Australian Open.
Experts also said that Federer was unable to replicate the feat in the 2017 season due to the pressure of age. That season, Federer returned after 6 months of healing but won 7 titles (2 Grand Slams) to finish in 2017 as No. 2 in the world.
However, tennis fans also predict Federer to win another championship in Wimbledon 2021, the forte in which he has a total of eight championships. Federer is now practicing in Dubai, UAE, to ensure that he is in the optimum physical shape while entering the 2021 Australian Open.
On the morning of 28 December, Swiss tennis player Roger Federer abruptly announced that he would withdraw from the 2021 Australian Open tennis tournament on the grounds that he had not yet completely healed from an injury to the leg.
In February of this year, Federer underwent a right knee injury operation and lost out on a number of major tournaments. Previously, he was supposed to return to Australia in search of his career’s 21st Grand Slam title, but now he has opted to “take no risk” and prefers to practice in Dubai.