Novak Djokovic reveals about his opinion after the injury Roger Federer faced in his knee.
Roger Federer is out for about Three months as He suffered from the right leg injury in the Australian Open.
“My right knee has been bothering me for a little while. I hoped it would go away but after an examination and discussion with my team,”
“I have decided to have arthroscopic surgery in Switzerland yesterday.”
“After the procedure, the doctors confirmed that it was the right thing to have done and are very confident of a full recovery.“
“As a result, I will, unfortunately, have to miss Dubai, Indian Wells, Bogota, Miami, and the French Open.“
“I am grateful for everyone’s support. I can’t wait to be back playing again soon, see you on the grass.”Novak Djokovic is shocked about Roger Federer Injury Embed from Getty Images
For that, Novak Djokovic mentioned that what happened to Roger Federer was a surprise for him.
“It was a surprise, to be honest, I knew he was struggling with an injury in the Australian Open. But no one knew really what was the injury,”
“What is the extent of that injury? I really don’t like to see anybody going through surgery. I’ve been through that once,”
“and hopefully the last time in my life. Roger is Roger this sport needs him.”
Djokovic is playing ATP Dubai to ensure his top ranking as Rafael Nadal chooses ATP Acapulco.
“I’m looking forward to competing again at the tournament where I’ve done well in the past,”
“I’ve been coming here during the pre-season for at least seven to 10 days of training before I head to Australia.”
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Moreover, Roger Federer will miss Five tournaments [Dubai, Indian Wells, Miami, Bogota, Roland Garros]
that means Federer will drop about 3100 points which will take him out of the top 6 or even more if other players gain points.
The next appearance of Roger Federer would be in the grass season. and it is expected to be Halle Open.