Roger Federer: "I need to rely on my clothes"


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Roger Federer: "I need to rely on my clothes"

The day of Wednesday 20th February will not be remembered with pleasure by tennis fans. Roger Federer announced that he had operated in Switzerland to resolve a right knee injury that had destabilized him for some time. Roger Federer will have to skip Dubai where he won last year, Indian Wells where he reached the final, Miami where he won, Madrid where he made the quarterfinals, Rome where he came to the quarterfinals and Roland Garros where he reached the semifinals.

3180 points that will go away. He will return to the court with just under 4000 points, so probably around the number 7 or 8. In a promotional video for Uniqlo, the 20-time Grand Slam champion explained how Uniqlo’s DRY EX gear helps him in tackling marathon matches: “Well, I think the fabric is really important for me when I play.

It needs to absorb the sweat really quickly, especially in a long, gruelling match. I need to rely on my clothes and my equipment and my material. I think DRY EX does exactly that. Smooth, feels good, and I really feel good in it, so I’m comfortable.

Well, I’d wear DRY EX products when I’m going to the press conference. Like a Polo or like a hooded jacket when I’m travelling. It’s a nice comfortable material and I feel really good on all facets”.

Federer began his 2020 season at the 2020 Australian Open, where he lost lost his semifinal match to Djokovic in straight sets.