Legend Roger Federer to return to Court after Injury

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Roger Federer claimed his injury comeback was still a long way off, but that he was over the worst as the 40-year-old tennis legend seeks to return to the court.

Meanwhile, returning to the tour this year, Federer had been absent for more than a year due to two surgeries on his right knee. He was the 20-time Grand Slam champion, now ranked ninth in the world, and confronts that returning to the professional tour is a “challenge”.

However, he played only 13 matches and went through a third operation after his defeat in the quarterfinal at Wimbledon in July.

The Swiss star remarked at a Mercedes-Benz event in Zurich; “I’m doing very well; the rehab is progressing step by step,”.“The worst is behind me. I’m looking forward to everything that happens to me to come.”

“When you come back from an injury, every day is a better day. So it’s an exciting time.”

Given what he had gone through with his ailing knee, he claimed that dealing with the condition was “not at all a mental problem.”

In addition, Federer said that he planned to resume fitness training and smashing balls on the tennis court as soon as possible, but acknowledged that “a little patience” was required.

He bowed out of Wimbledon with a routine 6-3, 7-6 (7/4), 6-0 loss to Poland’s Hubert Hurkacz, and dropping from the French Open after reaching the fourth round.

Roger Federer was the driving force behind the Laver Cup, an annual team tournament between six top European players and six from the rest of the world that is now in its fourth year.

Federer, will not be participating in the 2021 event that will be held from Friday to Sunday in Boston, and rather be watching from a distance.

Furthermore, Federer stated that he is already looking forward to the 2022 tournament, which will be held in the British capital.

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