Roger Federer is missed, according to ATP legend

Roger Federer won just one championship in 2013, which was his poorest season since 2001. The likes of Andy Murray, Rafael Nadal, and Novak Djokovic defeated the Swiss, leaving him in their wake. Roger, who was prepared to make drastic adjustments, began using the largest racket frame possible, claimed new opponents, and got in touch with Stefan Edberg, one of his heroes.

The Swede and Roger spent a week in Dubai together, where they first met and fell in love. Federer advanced to the Australian Open semifinals with Stefan by his side in 2014, and they went on to win their first championship together in Dubai.

Prior to retaining his Halle title and proceeding to the Wimbledon final, the Swiss was a finalist at Indian Wells and Monte Carlo. He had the opportunity to add another Major trophy to his collection, but he was defeated by Novak Djokovic in five thrilling sets.

At addition to winning the US Open semifinal and the ATP Finals championship match, Federer triumphed in Cincinnati, Shanghai, and Basel at the end of the season. Federer won six ATP titles in 2015, including ones at Brisbane, Dubai, Istanbul, Halle, Cincinnati, and Basel, for the first time in the previous three years.

Similar to the previous year, Roger was incisive and aggressive, storming the net and doing everything in his power to retain the ball on his racket. With glowing statements for one another, Roger and Stefan decided to quit their one-year partnership at the conclusion of the year.

Edberg exclaimed that it was a privilege to guide Roger Federer and praised the Swiss player’s tennis acumen. The Swede also emphasized the adjustments they made to Roger’s game, which enabled him to continue competing for years to come.

“Being asked to train Roger Federer was an honor. I hesitated before making a choice.

King Roger was formerly ranked first.

John McEnroe, a former world number one, wants to see Roger Federer return, but he wants him to play at 100% rather than at 80%.

“Whenever Roger isn’t performing at an event, we miss him. He is the most elegant and attractive player I have ever saw on a court. Roger would be great to see as a fan, McEnroe told Eurosport.

The seven-time Grand Slam champion prefers to see Federer in peak condition as opposed to attempting a comeback like Andy Murray, who has struggled to perform at his best after undergoing a career-saving hip operation in 2019. I don’t want to see Roger at 80%, but if he wants to participate, we will be glad he is playing.

It’s not simple, as we saw with (Andy) Murray. You want to watch the best players perform, remarked McEnroe.