Roger Federer, who did not appear in any of the majors after last year’s Wimbledon while talking about his tennis come back, stated that he will be learning about his return in the coming months.
Federer has not been very lucky with his health and underwent double surgeries in 2020 because of which, he did not appear for more than just six matches followed by just 13 in 2021 and excited from the Tokyo Olympics discerning a setback in his surgically repaired right knee. He also withdrew from US Open and did not defend his 21st Grand Slam title at the Australian Open 2022.
“The coming months are going to be very interesting and important for me. I will know more in April about what my body can handle. I will know more about my return then,” said Swiss legend.
The 40-year old appeared for his last tennis match was at the Wimbledon championship where he was knocked out by Poland’s Hubert Hurkacz in the quarter-final. Swiss expects to learn about his return in April-May to conclude when to return to the game.
“I want to come back strong and give it everything that I have,” he further said, reported AFP.
The 20 times Grand Slam champion shares his record with World No. 1 Novak Djokovic. His last major he won was at the 2018 Australian Open tournament.