Roger Federer gives an update about his comeback after knee surgery.
After the two surgery Roger Federer had this year on his knee He decided to skip the whole season of 2020.
But Finally, Roger Federer is back to practice after a break of almost 9 months, The practice sessions are still private as there is no video that was allowed to be published but We may see some videos very soon.
Roger Federer in a recent interview with Uniqlo team where He gave important updates about his comeback and his family as well especially after taking the longest break in his career as a father after the 2016 Injury.
“I am doing well. My family is good. It’s a long process (of knee recovery). It’s not day by day but more week by week progress. I practiced a bit last week. Next year the beginning of January I will be back on the court. and I am Enjoy family time in Switzerland.”
Roger Federer gives 2 important updates about his Come Back
The Swiss man opened up about the retirement question once again and reveals He’s not retiring just yet. Also He will fight for his comeback to compete with the big players once again.
“I’m still fighting for my comeback. I want to be back on the tennis court. I feel like there is a little bit more left in me, I’m not retiring anytime soon.”
“I enjoy the business part but I am still fighting for my comeback, I enjoy playing tennis, I enjoy playing the legends…So I am not going to retire just yet. No,” Roger Federer said.
‘I’m definitely not retiring now,’ says Roger Federer as he edges nearer to a return
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Moreover, Roger Federer mentioned that the last time He stayed at home for more than six weeks was at the age of 16. but He’s happy now because He spent more time with kids.
“Last time I stayed home over six weeks is at age 16. Being at home is more relaxing, not just for me but for my children… could sleep in sometimes because I go to bed late. No match stress. Enjoy going for a hike. Kids are doing home school anyway (due to pandemic).”