Roger Federer could put retirement decision away due to Coronavirus

The Swiss maestro can out off retirement for ‘several years’ due to coronavirus hiatus

Due to coronavrus the world has stopped and for Roger Federer it was a very important season,

after the injury in his right leg, Roger Federer went away for 6 months, and the deadline was in Wimbledon.

after that, The Tennis season went off for and still unknown for what will happen next.

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The former world No 4 Todd Martin believes that Roger Federer could stay longer on the tour after the coronavirus spread.

“I think most conventional wisdom went towards 2020 and the Olympics, Roger would call it a day.

“With the Olympic being postponed, I would imagine it will compel him to play another year.

“Plus, this is no way to end anything. It is really important to Roger, I would imagine, to conclude his career on a bona fide high note.

“Nothing I’ve seen indicates that physically he is incapable of keeping going.”

“Nothing I’ve seen has indicated his love for the sport has waned, so I wouldn’t be surprised if we see several more years out of him,” Todd said.

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Moreover, Todd is wondering how Tennis players would make their comeback to Tennis.

“This is going to be a challenging phase for players to cope with. None of them, except for injury,”

“have had this type of time like this just to chill-out. Health will be high, but there are no repetitions for any of them.

“but they don’t get to hit any tennis balls and most people will have different ideas on how to train now.”

“How quickly they can come out of this and get back into playing shape and restructure or prepare their game will be really interesting,” Martin added.

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