In a long interview, Roger Federer revealed what activities he likes to do with his children in his spare time.
The Swiss Maestro told: “I haven’t taught my kids to play cards yet, but they’re already doing pretty well at Uno. During the pandemic, I spent two whole weeks with them building Harry Potter’s castle with Legos. . Then we set up a mini ping pong table and enjoyed playing together.”
Speaking to Eurosport, Mats Wilander analyzed in detail the prospects of the Swiss: “Roger will only return to a permanent basis if he feels he can compete with the best. The ranking does not smile at him and he could be forced to face Novak Djokovic in the quarter-finals of a Grand Slam. next year.
He will only be willing to do it if he feels he has a chance. At the moment, no one can know what his level will be. Not even he knows. If he is physically well, I hope to see him again at Wimbledon in 2023.”
Roger Federer’s come back
Roger Federer is spending a few days of vacation in Greece with his family. The return of the Swiss player is still a couple of months away and the King has no intention of forcing the times. Barring further unforeseen circumstances, we will see him again at the Laver Cup, which will take place at the O2 Arena in London from 23 to 25 September.
The 20-time Grand Slam champion will close his very short season at the ATP in Basel, back on the calendar after the last two editions had been canceled due to the pandemic. According to his statements, the 40-year-old Swiss should play some tournaments also in 2023.
The last two seasons have been a real ordeal for the former ATP number 1, limited by a serious right knee injury. The Maestro was overtaken by Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic in the all-time Grand Slam standings, with the Serbian also breaking the record for weeks at the top of the world rankings.