won 19 of of his 32 games and advanced to the Monte Carlo Masters and Melbourne Open semifinals.
The largest trophy and last ATP championship the former No. 3 won was the Nitto ATP Finals in 2017. He lost his first Slam semi-final to Rafa Nadal in 2017, but went on to win his sole Masters 1000 title that year in Cincinnati.
When asked about his career chances, the athlete wearing number 19 responded philosophically, saying, “I will aim to return to the TOP 10 to be able to continue playing with the top athletes in this sport.”
King Roger perseveres.
Andy Roddick, a former World No. 1, is the most recent to provide an opinion on Roger Federer‘s comeback. He is aware of what he had to overcome following the previous knee surgeries, according to Roddick.
“He wasn’t moving all that well and resembled Roger only in name. He certainly understands it will be a difficult battle to have him return after that lossy time and have another knee operation added to that “Added he.
Roger Federer‘s dedication to staying in shape was further highlighted by Andy Roddick, who noted that the Swiss player had never quit a match in his lengthy career. Let’s not forget that the man is now 40 years old, and up until this point, his body has been incredible, Roddick stated.
Another point that should be made is that he has never quit a game, which is one of the most incredible statistics in sports history.