Posted on November 23, 2020 at 6:35 p.m. by La Rédaction
Away from the courts because the final Australian Open, Roger Federer ought to make his return a yr later on this similar match. A scenario just like his coronation obtained in 2017 in accordance with Andy Roddick.
The Big three is extra contested than ever. Dominic Thiem gained his first Grand Slam, Daniil Medvedev confirmed its thunderous finish to the 2019 season by winning back-to-back the Rolex Paris Masters and the ATP Finals. The competitors is regularly gaining floor. However, the giants have been orphans of Roger Federer this season. Indeed, the Swiss have solely taken half in a single match this season: theAustralian Open. After a lengthy hiatus and operations, the world quantity 5 is predicted to return to Melbourne a yr later. At 39, Roger Federer can rely on the expertise of a profession began at Gstaad in 1998. The Bâlois has identified so many moments that his introduced return is reminiscent of a earlier episode in his profession.
“He will arrive in Australia as when he arrived in 2017”
In 2017, already on theAustralian Open, Roger Federer returns to competitors. Falling again to a poor seventeenth place on this planet, the Swiss nonetheless gained the match. If this yr the 39-year-old has not fallen within the standings due to his freeze, Andy Roddick didn’t fail to make the connection. “He will arrive in Australia as he did when he arrived in 2017. It’s a bit of a comparison. He missed six months and came back, passed and won the tournament. He wants the court to be really quick when he gets to Australia. This makes his game planning much easier. He does not need to participate in extended rallies. Trust matters. It will be interesting. I would love to see it, the tennis world itself, would love to see at least a shadow of the Federer we know. I guess these operations make his return more difficult at 39 ”, defined the previous world number one in feedback reported by We Love Tennis. As a reminder, a particular hyperlink united Andy Roddick at Roger Federer, because the American, winner of a single Grand Slam, misplaced his three different finals towards Maestro.