Roger Federer coach confirms that He’s not retiring in 2021
After the knee surgery The Swiss champion Roger Federer had early this year, He set to come back to the tour last July,
but by that time, Roger Federer had to make another operation on his knee,
this makes the question of retirement appear again in the Tennis world.
For that, Severin Luthi confirmed that his player does not think about retiring in the 2021 season.
“Roger still loves life on the circuit, I’ve never heard him say that he should stop because he wants a change of lifestyle or that he’s tired of traveling,”
“Nothing can be 100 percent ruled out but given that he still loves tennis and the time he spends with the friends that he has everywhere, I don’t think he’s thinking of retiring in 2021,” Luthi said.
As a result, Roger Federer retirement in 2021 is not confirmed by his coach, and therefore, there is many to see from the 20 Grand Slam winner
Roger Federer’s coach closes the retirement question in 2021
Whitaker compares Roger Federer’s retirement with Stefan Edberg
Whitaker, THE co-host of the Tennis Podcast channel, made a comparison between Roger Federer and Stefan Edberg
“Stefan Edberg famously completed a farewell tour of the world to say goodbye before his retirement”
“and that is something we’ve speculated Federer might emulate,”
“Yeah, I think that is a bit of a bombshell because that theory of Federer retirement was one of the frontrunners of how he might do it.“
“for sure, I think that effectively takes it off the table. I think for somebody that Federer respects and is as similar to in a lot of ways”
“as Stefan Edberg, I don’t think he would listen to that advice and go against it.
Moreover, Roger Federer’s coach revealed about the tournament He will play first after He makes the comeback.
“We are sticking to what was decided. He’ll come back for the Australian Open 2021 if it takes place,”
“He has resumed physical training with Pierre Paganini. The next step will be mid-August, he’ll start practicing again.””
“However, we are considering whether to play a tournament just before Melbourne.”