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Roger Federer: ‘May have hit two million shots in my life’



Roger Federer was the great absentee of last season, in which the Swiss champion took part in only one official tournament.

After reaching the semifinal at the Australian Open and setting a new public record in Cape Town with Rafael Nadal, the 20-time Grand Slam champion underwent a double operation on his right knee that kept him inactive for the rest of the season year.

Also thanks to the delicate health situation, the former world number 1 preferred not to force recovery times and to postpone his return until he reaches the top of his physical condition.


King Roger thus decided to skip the Australian Open for the first time in the last 23 editions, a choice also propitiated by the strict measures imposed by the State of Victoria.


The date of his return to the field is still uncertain, but the latest rumors suggest that Federer could play the Doha tournament in March. Recently,


the 39-year-old from Basel participated in a video interview with some members of Moet & Chandon, one of the largest champagne producers in the world (of which Federer is testimonial).

Roger Federer will not kiss the Olympic Gold medal

The Swiss superstar said, “I have definitely not hit 2 million serves in my life. I don’t think my shoulder would survive that. I feel though that I may have hit 2 million shots in my life.

With all the practices as a junior, doubles you name it. Maybe I’ve hit 2 million shots. But I wonder who’s the person who is counting all the bubbles in the glass. You take a slow-motion video and for how long and how difficult that must be.


I don’t even know”. In the wide world of tennis, Roger Federer stands above all. While his grace on a tennis court remains unchallenged, his charming personality of the court makes him everyone’s favorite. The list of the 39-year-old’s fans even includes fellow tennis players.

BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA – NOVEMBER 20: Roger Federer of Switzerland smiles during an exhibition game between Alexander Zverev and Roger Federer at Arena Parque Roca on November 20, 2019 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. (Photo by Marcelo Endelli/Getty Images)

Recently, the Italian force Fabio Fognini, a Federer fan, revealed his admiration for the 20-time Grand Slams champion. In addition to that, the 33-year-old also expressed his desire to see the Swiss maestro in action. “I would like to see Roger again because I am really a huge fan of him,” Fabio said.


“I really enjoy him playing, because, sorry to tell you guys, but he is the tennis”. The ATP Tour shared the video of Fabio on their Twitter account. The Basel-born had even conveyed that he was looking forward to playing in the Tokyo Olympics and winning there.


His reaction to the news of the canceled event might be woeful. Hopefully, Federer will pick up his 21st Slam on the ATP Tour and balance his Olympic loss.

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