Six-time Australian Open champ Roger Federer has been removed from the 2021 ‘Australian Open’ and is currently focusing on a rebound to the tennis circuit in late February, his manager Tony Godsick shared.
The 39-year-old Roger Federer has been preparing in Dubai during the slow time of year as of late after going through two medical procedures on his right knee – one in February and the other in June. The Swiss legend has not played on the visit since the 2020 version of the Australian Open, and had as of late said it would be a race with time as the opponent to get fit for the principal Major of the 2021 calendar.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Australian Open has been pushed back by three weeks to 8 February – which possessed seemed like enough energy for Federer to prepare for it. Be that as it may, the most recent news has hosed the expectations of millions of Federer fans across the world.
This is what Godsick shared in his statements about Roger
“He has gained solid ground over the most recent few months with his knee and his wellness. In any case, after consultation with his group, he concluded that the best choice for him over the long run is to re-visitation of serious tennis after the Australian Open.”