John McEnroe: "Roger Federer's elegance is unmatched"



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John McEnroe: "Roger Federer's elegance is unmatched"

During an inyterview with Eurosport, John McEnroe analyzed Roger Federer's prospects in detail. John McEnroe said: Roger Federer is missed, especially during the big events on the Tour. Roger is the most elegant player I've ever seen on a tennis court.

As a fan of this sport, I would like to see him on tour again for a while." The American is aware of the difficulties of the Swiss: "As for the future, we must not forget that Federer is 40 years old. He has undergone several surgeries in the last two years, the wear is a lot and it will not be easy to get back to high levels.

I thought the same thing when he was absent for six months in 2016, immediately after losing to Milos Raonic at Wimbledon. Most everyone thought Roger was done for, but he came back and won the Australian Open. He has already shown that he can accomplish formidable feats, but this would be the most incredible of all.

Andy Murray's parable made us understand how difficult it is to find the best condition."

Latest about Roger Federer

Roger Federer's appearances on the pitch have been very few in the last two years. The Swiss star played just 13 official matches in 2021, collecting nine wins and four losses.

His run at Wimbledon ended in the quarterfinals at the hands of Hubert Hurkacz, who even handed him a bagel on Center Court. A few weeks later, the former world number 1 announced that he had to operate on his right knee for the third time in 18 months.

The hope of the fans is that the King can treat himself to one last round of the carousel before hanging up his racket. The 20-time Grand Slam champion has recently resumed training in the gym, but he is still unable to run.

The 40-year-old from Basel hopes to be able to return to the circuit this summer, even if his participation in the Championships is quite unlikely. As if that weren't enough, Federer was overtaken by Rafael Nadal in the all-time Slams rankings.