Roger Federer hints out he is ‘training hard’ ahead of his comeback to the court playing in front of fans and he hopes to be back ‘very very soon.’
- Swiss star named Fans’ Favourite for a record 18th straight year in his career.
- Swiss star drops a major hint ahead of Australian Open 2021.
- The star is out of the court due to a knee injury.
- The Australian Open 2021 will kick-off in Melbourne.
Roger Federer won the ATP Fans’ Favourite award for 2020 despite only playing one competitive tournament in the year shortened by Coronavirus due to a knee injury.
That problem has required two operations to correct this year, and rumours in the air have persisted that he may not make into the court for the Australian Open in February has he initially planned.
However, Roger Federer has now dropped a major hint that he will be ready to play when the action starts in Melbourne in the new year.
Fans’ Favorite Roger Federer
“I hope everybody is doing well in a difficult year,” Federer said in a video as he accepted the award of ATP Fans’ Favourite award for 2020.”
“I just wanted to thank you all for winning the Fans’ Favourite Award this year again.”
“Thanks to ATP, to all the tennis fans out there voting for me, believing in me, and wanting to see me back on the tour,” said Federer in a video.
Roger Federer hopes to play in front of fans ‘very soon’
The Swiss star has dropped a major hint that he ‘is training hard and also he hopes to ‘play in front of fans’.
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“I’m training hard, making that possible and I hope I can play in front of all you guys very very soon and Happy Holidays to everybody.”
“Happy New Year and let’s hope it all gets better next year. I can’t wait to see you all again very soon.”
“So take care, and again, thank you, thank you, so so much, I’ll see you soon.”
Also, the 39-year-old Swiss has now won a record 39 ATP Awards, including 18 consecutive Fans Favourite awards dating back to 2003.
— ATP Tour (@atptour) December 21, 2020