Roger Federer is still hungry to play his best tennis a few months before turning 40

Roger believes that at his age, people understand that if he achieved anything remarkable, it would be spectacular.

Roger Federer, the 20-time Major winner, is still hungry to play his best tennis a few months before turning 40. The Swiss Maestro has only competed in three events since the beginning of 2020, due to a knee injury sustained at the start of the previous year and surgery in February and May.

Roger will return to the court next week at Roland Garros, trying to gather momentum and confidence ahead of Halle and Wimbledon, where he wants to perform at his best. Roger isn’t thinking about retirement, but yearning for a few more excellent years on the Tour before retiring from his beloved sport and entering the ranks of legends.

Roger came in Perth for the Hopman Cup at the end of 2018, looking for another successful season after winning his 20th Major title at the Australian Open 2018 and regaining world number one in February. Roger visited Nambung National Park and the famed Pinnacles for the first time in the year’s closing, relaxing on the gorgeous beach with his kids and holding a live western rock lobster.

Roger shared his love for travel and said that once he retires, he hopes to travel around the world with his family, intending to explore Western Australia more and visit areas he has never seen before.

He believes that at his age, people understand that if he achieved anything remarkable, it would be spectacular. If it didn’t happen, it stands to reason that one won’t be able to produce that level of tennis every year. “One  may also require a little luck for the draw to fall your way.  To win a Major, a number of events must occur. I’m hoping it’s the start of a wonderful season for me since the prior two have been insanely wonderful,” Roger explained.

 

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