Roger Federer he begins to think about a possible return to the circuit after his knee operation. During his visit to the headquarters of a sponsor, the tennis player gave an interview published by the medium Schweizer Illustrierte in which he left several interesting reflections.
In the first place, the Swiss told how he manages in his life during these times of pandemic: “With a lot of patience, discipline and above all with a lot of common sense,” he said.
At the same time, Your Majesty He warned that he will not be pressured to return to the courts, but he told the date that he hopes he will be able to return to the circuit: “I am on the right track, I am coming back little by little, but I am not pressing myself and I will take my time. I will only participate in a tournament when I am 100% fit. Currently, looks like i can go back to the australian open in january”, He specified.
About whether you can train normally after the operation, Roger He clarified: “Not yet, more than two hours with the racket is not possible at the moment. But I’ve been working on my stamina and strength without pain for a while. There will be no more operations“, Sentenced the tennis player.
By last, Federer told the last time he spoke to Novak Djokovic, after what happened with the Players Association: “About two months ago. But it was just about how and when it starts again in tennis and how coronavirus measures can be implemented in tournaments. We are both on the board of ten members of the tour. There is a lot at stake, the survival of the tournaments and the survival of the professionals in relation to their expenses ”, she concluded.