Ivan Ljubicic gives his view of Roger Federer’s plans for the 2020 Season.
Roger Federer started the season in the Australian Open where He suffered a tough injury in his knee,
which caused him to stay away of Tennis courts for at least 4 months.
Before deciding that, Roger Federer played a match for Africa with his friend and rival Rafael Nadal,
and that was the last appearance of Roger Federer playing in a match.Roger Federer’s coach Ljubicic reveals his plans for 2021 Embed from Getty Images
Due to Corona virus spread, The 2020 Tennis season canceled all clay courts tournaments,
besides that Wimbledon is officialy will not take place this year. But there is still a chance for Roland Garros and the US Open.
Moreover, Roger Federer coach Ivan Ljubicic gave his point of view about 2021 Season of Roger Federer.
“We have not talked yet about 2021. Time certainly does not stop and he will be 40 next year, but he has not hinted about possible retirement.”
Federer had undergone knee surgery in late February and had planned to miss the season until the grass-court season prior to the tennis tour shutting down.”
“Roger has already confirmed he will play at the Halle Open in 2021. That should clear up any questions of retirement in the near future at the very least.”
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“Roger Federer will probably continue to play even after 2021 as he is motivated by one thing holding the record for the most Grand Slam titles in tennis,” Ivan said
Nothing is confirmed yet for what is going to happen in Tennis, besides what’s happening in the United States.
For that, Everything is still in the current situation and no tournament is taking place.