The cause of knee injury, Roger Federer has not tussled on the ATP Tour since Wimbledon 2021. While there is no exact date when he makes his comeback, the 20-time Grand Slam champion revealed that he “feels like a racehorse scratching its stall and wanting to race.”
Former World No.1 Federer has been struggling with his right knee in recent years. As a consequence, the 40-year-old from Basel underwent knee surgery three times in the last couple of years.
When asked about his comeback in a recent interview, Federer said, “I can’t even think that far. I’m waiting for the doctor’s okay. I’m ready to give it my all again.”(Quotes Have Translated Into English Via Google Translator)
Further, Roger added, “I feel like a racehorse scratching its stall and wanting to race. In the summer I hope to be able to hit the ground running. I’m looking forward to coming home in the evening after a hard day’s training and being completely exhausted.”
Most notably, Roger Federer has planned to play in the Laver Cup and Basel ATP Indoor event later this year.