Roger Federer coach reveals about the current situation of the Swiss legend
It’s almost 9 months since the last appearance of Roger Federer on the Tennis courts due to his knee injury.
The Tennis tour is back to action in Cincinnati going to the US Open and Roland Garros but with no fans.
for that, Roger Federer old friend and coach Severin Luthi gives updates about his current situation.
“Roger is back on the field every now and then,”
“But the first phase of the tournament is still a long way off. Our Principe is not to rush things at his age!”
“So far everything is going according to plan and satisfactorily. Roger is still not stressed.”
“Tennis is only gradually becoming more important,” Luthi said.Severin Luthi gives an update about Roger Federer “He’s back” Embed from Getty Images
Roger Federer doesn’t forget the ball feelings
Moreover, the Swiss team captain Luthi explained that the 20 Grand Slam winner is still having the ball feeling and couldn’t forget it,
and He mentioned that Roger Federer is training with his upper body as well,
“Roger certainly needs the pattern method, he doesn’t forget the feel for the ball so quickly.”
“Well-tempered chest and upper arms are certainly less important to the family dad of four,”
“who is known for his sleek tennis game. Planning is all the more important to him so that private and professional life can be easily reconciled.“
Although getting ready for the comeback but Roger Federer is taking care and enjoying his time with the family and kids.Embed from Getty Images
Severin Luthi doesn’t know if the Australian Open is taking place or not
from his comments, Luthi believes that Roger Federer will be in the Australian Open 2021
if it does take place but He doesn’t know what will happen but Roger will be there.
“Do I have to give a tip, I say, the tournament is rising. But who knows what will happen”
“if the number of infections there increases again? “The longer we wait, the more we know,”
“If something is going on in Australia, Roger will be there – that’s the plan,” Luthi added.