There is great anticipation for the imminent return to the circuit, this time on clay, of twenty-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer. The Swiss tennis player will make his return to the ATP home tournament in Geneva where he will try to prepare for the second Grand Slam tournament of the season, Roland Garros.
In addition to this, Roger Federer is currently involved in his new advertising campaign for his now well-known brand Uniqlo. Roger Federer is the ambassador of this brand and for more than a year Uniqlo has assumed Roger Federer as its main sponsor in the world of sport.
The ad campaign features New York artist Futura with his designer Christophe Pensiero and many other well-known names in this world. With a tagline that reads 'Lifewar: Made For All', this film will clarify the concepts and ideas behind the new Uniqlo clothing line, conceived by the brand's president of global creativity, John Jay.
In addition to the eight-time Wimbledon winner, this campaign will feature Swedish table tennis champion Anna Carin Ahlquist and wrestler Alex Kessidis. The new announcement will also feature Uniqlo Europe's sustainability director, Maria Samoto Ledous, and the CNSAS mountain rescue team in Milan.
Roger Federer returns to action in this 2021 in March, after an absence of more than thirteen months: the Swiss played the Doha tournament, won his first match against Daniel Evans and then came out in the quarterfinals against the then winner of the tournament Nikoloz Basilashvili.
In this 2021 the main objectives of the Swiss champion are Wimbledon and the Tokyo 2021 Olympic Games with the Swiss who has been fighting for a while with Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic for the Grand Slam title record of his career.
Currently Roger and Rafa drive at an altitude of 20 in front of Nole detained at an altitude of 18.
Roger Federer will play the Geneva Open
While revealing that he has enjoyed watching the young stars as well as his rivals Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal dominate the courts lately, Roger Federer admitted that he himself would have struggled to play without fans if he had been younger.
"(I had fun watching tennis) Even if there weren't any huge surprises, with Rafa still winning Roland Garros or Novak who is world No. 1," Federer said. "At their (Tsitsipas, Medvedev, Rublev) age, I would have suffered from playing without spectators or with very few people."
During the interaction, Roger Federer mentioned that his training sessions are going according to plan and that he has played practice matches extensively over the last few weeks. "My training sessions went off without problems," Federer revealed.
"I played a lot the last few weeks after the fitness program. It's nice to do what I can do best again. I'm looking forward to seeing what it will be like in a game now."