The world of tennis is attempting to begin again, maybe not without exhaustion, in light of the year on American hard court (that will culminate with the dual New York occasion of Cincinnati and US Open), and consequently of Roland Garros.
Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and everybody else are wondering whether and how it’s going to be possible to come back to the courtroom along with all the doubts of the international health crisis. Who doesn’t have these issues and is currently looking ahead to 2021 is Roger Federer.
The Swiss winner back from a dual knee surgery, was in the pits for many weeks and, even prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, he was prepared to skip the entire year to return to 100percent by a physical perspective. Unbeknownst to him, consequently, the winner of 20 Grand Slam championships has chosen the ideal time to discontinue.
When the entire circus is broken up to coronavirus, Roger Federer is moving in his regular life in his home in Switzerland, together with all the sights on 2021. At a recent interview with Eurosport, former snooker world champion Ronnie O’Sullivan thinks there are plenty of parallels between him and Roger Federer.
O’Sullivan on Roger Federer
“When I was to compare where I’m in my career in the present time it is little somewhat like Roger Federer in several ways,” Ronnie O’Sullivan explained. “Kind of like you have got nothing to prove, likely not the best player on earth.
However they bring a certain vitality into a championship”. Ronnie O’Sullivan alluded to the’magical’ facet and attracted additional parallels between the mythical Swiss:”Therefore I sort of get my buzz understanding that, you know, you will find just certain people that could make magical moments.
There is quite pick people who can do this. I only know that it may be a 147, it may be that I win the World Championship”. Federer is presently working his way back from double knee surgery and has ruled out playing this season.
But, his group have revealed his planned return , though they acknowledge it’s still very much subject to change, not least because of this present coronavirus catastrophe. “We’re sticking to what has been determined. He will return to the Australian Open 2021 in case it happens,” Luthi said. “But we’re contemplating whether to perform a championship before Melbourne”.