Roger Federer: "Turin ATP Finals surface seems perfect for me"



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Roger Federer: "Turin ATP Finals surface seems perfect for me"

In a recent interview with Sky Sport Italia, Roger Federer expressed his desire to come back to playing on particularly fast surfaces, praising the surface of the Turon ATP Finals 2021. Federer said: "I heard that both the US Open and the ATP Finals had faster conditions than usual.

It would be nice if the tour featured faster surfaces, not just because my tennis would benefit from it." Over the course of the new millennium, we have witnessed a progressive homogenization of the surfaces. He added: "It's okay, it's part of the game and I certainly can't complain.

I had a great career and learned to play on slow courts too. I grew up on clay-court, so there is no problem. It would have been fantastic to play the ATP Finals in Turin this year, but instead I have to rest in Switzerland."

Roger's interview The Big 3 are currently tied with 20 Grand Slams each. Roger added: "Our presence made it more difficult for other players to triumph in the majors. Once we are gone, there will be more chances for everyone."

In recent days, Roger Federer has provided some updates regarding his condition. Those who expected to see the Swiss champion on the court again soon were very disappointed. Not only will the King not take part in the Australian Open 2022, but his presence at Wimbledon is also in strong doubt.

The third operation on the right knee in fact requires a long rehabilitation process and the Master does not want to run the risk of relapses at 40. The 20-time Grand Slam champion is expected to return to action in the summer of next year, with the hope of giving himself a final ride before retiring.

The former world number 1 played the pittance of 13 official matches in 2021, racking up nine wins against four defeats. His last appearance of him dates back to the Wimbledon tournament, where he surrendered sharply to Hubert Hurkacz in the quarterfinals. Roger had to say goodbye to the Top 10 for the first time since 2017.