During a long interview with Tennis Deutschland, Christopher Clarey, a well-known correspondent for the New York Times, talked about the come back of Roger Federer and more. Clarey explained: "The last time we saw Roger Federer healthy he was only one point away from winning Wimbledon, only one point!
In my opinion, he thinks he will have one last chance in London if he physically heals himself. In theory did not go badly last year either, having reached the fourth grade at 39 and despite a precarious condition. I doubt he can do better than that, there are too many opponents he has to deal with.
However, it is always difficult to bet against Roge. " Clarey analyzed Federer's evolution over the years: "he has matured a lot and knows how to adapt to all kinds of situations. His sense of humor is often underestimated, he always jokes and likes to laugh in company.
When the cameras go out, he's a perfectly normal man. "
Roger Federer's come back
A few weeks after Wimbledon 2021, Roger Federer decided to undergo surgery on his right knee for the third time in 18 months. The former world number 1 never managed to find the ideal condition last year, playing only 13 official matches and having to settle for a marginal role.
The round of 16 at Roland Garros and the quarterfinals at Wimbledon were his best seasonal results, a far too meager booty for a legend of his caliber. Over the past two years, King Roger has had to overtake Rafael Nadal in the all-time Grand Slam standings, while Novak Djokovic snatched the record for weeks at the top of the ATP rankings.
The 40-year-old from Basel hopes to return in late summer or early autumn, perhaps for the Laver Cup. Recently, the Swiss posted a photo on social media showing him during a training session in the gym. Many are hoping that Federer will beat the stages and be able to participate in Wimbledon.