Breaking! Roger Federer will be out of the tour until 2021

Roger Federer will miss the tennis courts for the rest of the 2020 season due to knee injury.

The Swiss man is taking another break after the surgery He had after the Australian Open.

and He will be out in the second half of the season for the second time in his career after 2016 injury.

For that, Roger Federer posted this announcement in his social Media saying that:

“Dear fans, I hope you are staying safe and healthy.”

“A few weeks ago, having experienced a setback during my initial rehabilitation,”

“I’ve had to have an additional arthroscopic procedure on my right knee.

“Now, much likeI did leading up to the 2017 season, I plan to take the necessary time to be 100 percent ready to play at my highest level.

“I will be missing my fans and the tour dearly but I will look forward to seeing everyone back on tour at the start of the 2021 season.”

“All the best, Roger,” Roger Federer said.

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Moreover, Roger Federer’s coach Luthi admitted that the knee is not recovering so quick,

“Roger’s recovery is not going as well as we expected, It is slower than we thought.”

“I believe that we can see some action again from that month. We are hoping for that,” Luthi said.

Also, Roger Federer mentioned that He did not practice after the surgery but He’s still super motivated.

“I’m not training at the moment because I don’t see a reason for that to be honest,” he said.

“I am happy with my body now and I still believe that the return of the tour is a long way off.

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“And I think it’s important mentally to enjoy this break, having played so much tennis.

“When I’m getting towards returning and have a goal to train for, I think I will be super motivated.” Roer Federer said

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