Roger Federer Back To Practicing In Full Swing (Watch)

Roger Federer returns to training at full capacity (SEE)


20-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer is speeding up preparations for his next comeback. On Sunday, Federer uploaded a video of the practice, confirming that he is back in full training.

Federer, 41, underwent a third knee surgery last August.

Federer, who has not played since Wimbleodn 2021, is expected to return to action in late September at the Laver Cup. So far, Federer has only been confirmed for two events: Laver Cup and Basel. The Swiss Indoors Basel takes place from October 24 to 30.

Federer hopes to go out on his own terms

After undergoing two knee surgeries in 2020, Federer returned in March 2021. After playing only five tournaments, Federer was forced to undergo knee surgery again.

Although Federer was 40 years old at the time of his third knee surgery, he refused to simply retire. Federer wants to get out of it on his own terms and some feel he may call it a run at his home tournament, Basel. In July, Federer conducted an interview with the Dutch newspaper Algemeen Dagblad.

In the interview, Federer admitted that he doesn’t really need the game anymore and that some other things make him happy at this stage of his life. “I love to win, but if you are not competitive anymore, then it is better to stop.

I don’t think I need tennis. I am happy with the little things, like when my son does something well and when my daughter comes home with a good grade,” Federer said. “Tennis is part, but not all of my identity.

I want to be and remain successful, and put a lot of energy into business; I’ll probably give more than I should sometimes, but that can be done outside of sports as well. I know a professional career can’t last forever and that’s okay.»



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