Swiss tennis legend Roger Federer There has been no professional establishment since Wimbledon 2021. At Wimbledon, this player had a good run and won the right to the round of 16 when he defeated Lorenzo Sonego with a score of 7-5.6-4.6-2. The player then played the quarter-final against Hubert Hurkacz but lost 3-6,6-7.0-6 and was eliminated from the tournament.
The player spent the rest of last season recovering from a leg injury. His right knee has been operated on three times since last season. Everyone, including Roger’s coach Severin Lüthi, doubts the presence of the Swiss player in the upcoming tournaments of the season.
Coach Luthi talks about Roger Federer
Federer’s return has become a matter of concern to coach Luthi. He doesn’t think Roger will be able to play at Wimbledon this season, given his current situation. The player is still in the recovery phase and his condition is improving but he is not yet able to play.
“He can always do more, is actively working. Not only the muscles of the knee or leg are built, but the whole body is also strengthened. It’s a real conditioning program. At the moment, I also don’t know how he should play at Wimbledon. I am not one to say: impossible. But I can’t imagine that at the moment.” Coach said.
According to recent updates, Roger has been slowly starting to return to the court and will be playing with his wife Mirka for a while and gradually returning to activity. “The main thing for him is to slowly come back,” Luthi talks about this.
The Swiss is currently recovering and is expected to start training on the pitch in a month or two. He has said he wants to compete at the 2022 Wimbledon Championships but it will be difficult for him to get to 100% in a few months.
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