Since the Laver Cup in September signals Roger Federer‘s impending comeback, John McEnroe has looked more closely at the Swiss Maestro’s chances. McEnroe elucidated: “He is greatly missed by Roger Federer whenever a competition begins without him.
I’ve never witnessed a tennis player more graceful than Roger. I don’t see the “now that you are back in” as a sports enthusiast. He has every right to decide whether or not to rejoin the game, and no one may object to his choice.
However, given his age, even 80 percent Roger would not be sufficient to become competitive once more. Andy Murray, who didn’t achieve achievements deserving of his name, taught us this lesson.” Fernando Gonzalez also offered his thoughts on the Maestro’s comeback: “Federer is surrounded by the right people and is very familiar with his physique.
The most important thing will be to see how his body responds between matches. Although I don’t think he can win another Grand Slam, he still has something to say about him in best-of-three-set competitions.”
Roger is prepared to return.
The Roger Federer-founded Laver Cup, which will be held at the O2 Arena in London from September 23 to 25, is anticipated to welcome Roger Federer back.
The ATP in Basel, which is back on the calendar after the previous two editions were postponed due to the epidemic, will be where the former world number one finishes his extremely brief season. Since Wimbledon 2021, his final match before undergoing another operation on his right knee, the Swiss superstar has not set foot on a soccer field.
The Basel native, 40, managed to win nine of his 13 official matches last year while losing just four. The King was surpassed in the all-time Grand Slam standings by Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic, with the Serbian also shattering the record for weeks at the top of the ATP rankings. The Maestro won’t be able to win any more majors in the future, barring dramatic and unusual twists.