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Former Tennis Star Raises Doubts Over Roger Federer Repeating His Spectacular 2017 Comeback Next Year

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Since Roger Federer was missing in action since February, the entire tennis fraternity is waiting for him to return. Having gone through arthroscopic surgery on his right knee, Federer is likely to make a comeback for the 2021 Australian Open. The 20-time Grand Slam champion will aim to add another major championship to his tally to keep his record preserved.

 

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – JANUARY 28: Roger Federer of Switzerland in action during his Mens Singles Quarterfinal match against Tennys Sandgren of the United States on day nine of the 2020 Australian Open at Melbourne Park on January 28, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia.

 

Recently in an interview, Italian former professional tennis player, Paolo Bertolucci, gave his opinion on whether Federer can repeat his 2017 success story next year. Bertolucci revealed that it would be extremely hard for Federer, as four years have gone by since the 2017 season. He asserted a lot will depend upon Federer’s level of form after his return.

 

Paris, France 29th May. Roger Federer (SUI) during the French Open Tennis at Stade Roland-Garros, Paris on Wednesday 29th May 2019.

Very difficult for Roger Federer, says former Italian Player

“It’s very, very difficult, because it’s been four years, but it’s also true that for others it would be twice as much. Yes, he [Federer] will have a chance too, but we have to see at what level he will be able to express himself, how he will return after the operations,” said Bertolucci.

 

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – JANUARY 29: Roger Federer of Switzerland celebrates championship point in his Men’s Final match against Rafael Nadal of Spain on day 14 of the 2017 Australian Open at Melbourne Park on January 29, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia.

 

In 2016, Federer took a six-month break from the tour because of knee surgery. Despite the long hiatus, Federer made a scintillating comeback the following year by winning two Grand Slam titles. With a win-loss record of 54–5 in the 2017 season, Federer clinched seven titles in total.







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