Roger Federer just arrived to the Australian Open and had his first hits.
The 20 Grand Slam titles winner will start the decade with a hope to win the first slam of the year.
Before that, He had to withdraw from the ATP Cup because of his fitness and preparation for the current season.
Federer has about 9 days to prepare for the tournament and He will play a match to help the victims of bushfire on the 15th this month.Embed from Getty Images
Talking about his preparation for the Australian Open, Roger Federer is happy to be back.
“I’m super happy to be back in Melbourne, I wanted to arrive very early, for the children but also for the preparation.”
“I love being here of course. We wait for that nice first hit on Rod Laver Arena.”
“I have been feeling good, practicing well everything is great and I can’t wait for it to start and to find out what the draw is later in the week.”Roger Federer reveals his preparation for the Australian Open 2020 Embed from Getty Images
The draw of the Australian Open will take place this Tuesday and it expects a tough draw as it knows
the next generation who had a very good season in 2019.