Roger Federer is a tremendous genius, says Mouratoglou

Patrick Mouratoglou, the new coach of Simona Halep, praised Roger Federer in a recent interview. The Swiss Maestro is regarded as a game genius by Serena Williams and her coach. Added Mouratoglou: “The man Roger Federer is a genius.

He played tennis unlike anyone I can recall ever seeing. From every angle, he is a player who cannot be compared. He does everything perfectly.” The well-known coach Gabriel Jaramillo elaborated on how the Big 3 have remained competitive as a result of the standardization of surfaces during a protracted interview: “The surfaces were standardized in the middle of the 2000s, right when the Big 3 began to emerge.

To enable weekly competition between Federer, Nadal, and Djokovic, this action was taken. The three monsters had the power to transcend tennis, drawing in casual viewers as well. The circuit’s tournaments depend primarily on this.

Rafa might have left the game too soon if the surface hadn’t been moving quickly enough. On the other hand, if it had been moving too slowly, Roger might have had issues.”

Roger’s return is getting closer

The time of Roger Federer‘s comeback is drawing near.

The exhibition he founded, the Laver Cup, will feature the former world number one from 23 to 25 September at London’s O2 Arena. The ATP in Basel, which is back on the calendar after the previous two editions were postponed due to the epidemic, will host the conclusion of the extremely brief season for the Swiss sensation.

The King hasn’t played as much or as often as he would have wanted the past two seasons due to a significant knee injury. It suffices to state that the Basel native, 40, competed in just 13 official games in 2021, winning nine and losing four.

His greatest season achievements were the quarterfinals at Wimbledon and the round of 16 at Roland Garros, a disappointing total for a legend of his stature. The 20-time Grand Slam champion should compete in some tournaments in 2023, according to his statements.