“Things Are Going In The Best Way”: Coach Ivan Ljubicic Hopes on Roger Federer’s Recovery And Comeback


Roger Federer has been away from tennis for the whole 2020 season, except in the beginning. And Swiss maestro will now play in the Australian Open 2021.

His coach, Ivan Ljubicic, has now updated the world with Federer’s recovery from the injury. Additionally, when it comes to Ivan, the man has been a great player, a good coach, and is now extending his work in the field of management as well.

Roger Federer and Ivan Ljubicic

Talking about Federer, Ljubicic said that world number four is in the recovery phase. Besides, he also added that things are going positively. Mentioning Federer’s training, the coach said, “He trains more and more and better.”

Moreover, the Croatian coach said he is eager to see how things go in the next few months. Additionally, also saying that he is also looking forward to witnessing how far they can push to get ready for the tournaments.  

“We Will Evaluate It Step-By-Step”- Ivan Ljubicic

In addition to this, he also added, “The programs we had in mind has been fully respected. There is a lot to trust.”

When asked about the projects for 2021, Ivan said, “Talking about programs is now premature.” Besides, saying that one cannot say what will happen in the coming months. Additionally, the team wishes to go to Melbourne to play the first Grand Slam of the year 2021 in January. 

Ivan said that they are not rushing it. And he added, “We will evaluate it step-by-step. It will be important to go step-by-step and observe the rest periods.” 

Moreover, Ivan was also asked about plans of Roger and how long will the Swiss legend be there on the court. To which Ivan said, “He does not set fixed time limits, let alone me. I still hope for a long time, of course.”

Additionally, Federer has been away from tennis, owing to his knee injury. The world is looking forward to the returning of the 39-years-old tennis legend.

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