Switzerland, in full physical reconstruction after a year without competition, hopes to be on the world circuit next year.
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Seeing Roger Federer on the courts in 2023 is nothing short of a utopia, although his resumption goes unnoticed in the future. That is in any case what the Swiss champion explained, on Sunday 12 June, in the Swiss daily Tagesanzeiger. “How, when and for what to do, I do not know yet. But that would be the idea”advanced prudemment the man who will turn 41 in August.
Still, the former world number one, twenty crowns in Grand Chelem and no appearances in competition since Wimbledon 2021, could return the racket after having undergone a third operation last summer.
“I’m very curious to see what will follow. But I’m hopeful, I’ve already made a good trip. I’m not far away. The next three or four months will be really important.”estime le Bâlois.
Interrogated on Saturday by the SRF channel, the Swiss icon explained “actuellement l’accent sur (sa) condition of the body”on the way to the gym “five to six times a week”. But tennis will have to be “wait a little”he recognized.
The preparation continues for Roger Federer!
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Federer is still looking forward to a return to the courts during the Laver Cup in London (September 23-25) and then to his hometown on October 24 and 30, as the organizers of the Baseball tournament announced at the end of April.
The Swiss champion, winner of 103 trophies in his more than twenty years of career, and six against in 2020 and thirteen in 2021. I currently point to 50th place in the world.