Roger Federer wants to return to the ATP Tour soon to serve the fans who helped FedEx receive the ATP Fans Favorite Award 2020.
Because of the Covid-19 pandemic as well as injury, Roger Federer almost skipped the entire 2020 season. However, the Swiss player still has for the 18th time in a row to receive the ATP Fans Favorite Award, the most favorite singles player voted by the audience. Speaking when receiving the award, the Express Train would like to thank the fans and eager to return in the new season.
Federer has won the ATP Fans Favorite Award for the 18th time in a row
As it turns out, Federer hasn’t played for more than 10 consecutive months. It was not the shortest time for a player about to turn 40. However, FedEx thinks that that time is extremely useful for me.
Most recently, Australian Open Tournament Director Craig Tiley Roger has confirmed that Federer will attend the 2021 Australian Open, a meaningful return to him after nearly a year of recovery due to injury.
Roger Federer is expected to not disappoint fans at the 2021 Australian Open
On December 24, Australian Open Tournament Director Craig Tiley announced that Roger Federer would officially attend the first Grand Slam in 2021. Due to the tense pandemic, the schedule was pushed back but not in early January as usual.
The Express train is currently ranked 5th in the world. He was 6 times to win the Australian Open and holds 20 Grand Slams. Before the tournament, the 39-year-old Swiss was struggling with injury, he almost quit playing the entire 2020 season. Therefore, his registration to attend the Australian Open caused the audience and the opponent eager.
The year 2020 was Rublev’s best season when he won five ATP titles. He rose from the top 30 to 8th and now one of the contenders for the future No. 1 tennis. In addition to the desire to win more Grand Slam, in 2021 will take place Olympic. Federer has just won the Olympic men’s doubles gold medal. So, the Express Train really wants to conquer the men’s singles medal, this is almost the last chance for the Swiss tennis legend in the Olympics.