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“Never In History”: Andrey Rublev Can’t Wait To See Roger Federer Returns to ATP Tour Again

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Roger Federer and Andrey Rublev
Roger Federer and Andrey Rublev

The whole tennis world is eagerly waiting to see Roger Federer in the ATP Tours again. After having undergone back-to-back knee surgeries, the 39-years-old Swiss is now on the court and preparing for his comeback.

Andrey Rublev, who has received the most improved player of the year award a couple of days ago, said that he is excited about the former World No.1 Roger Federer’s comeback in a recent interview with Marca. 

The 23-years-old Russian tennis star also emphasised that he wishes to increase his career as Swiss Maestro and confessed Roger’s return performances could serve as an example.

Roger Federer
Roger Federer

“It’s a good question because I’m really looking forward to seeing how he does it. Never in history has there been a case like him, and I want to see what will happen because it can serve as an example. I also want to extend my career as long as possible. I don’t see myself retiring at 30,” World No.8 said. (Quotes translated English via Google translator)

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Roger Federer’s Name in Australian Open 2021 Entry List

The first Grand Slam event of the 2021 season, Australian Open will begin three weeks later than usual on 8th February in Melbourne.

World No.5 recently said that he had not completely recovered from his injury and hoped for the Aussie Open’s delayed start to help him compete. 

Roger recently arrived in the United Arab Emirates with his family ahead of the Christmas celebration. While Federer was spotted training in Dubai on the hardcourt, he is still not yet confirmed his participation at the Melbourne major event.

On Thursday, Australian Open tournament director Craig Tiley released the 2021 season entry list, including Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Dominic Thiem, and many other top players. 

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Published : 12:11 PM, Thu, 24 December 2020
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Solo Traveler, Interested In Feeding Birds and Animals, Like to watch all sports and Love to play Tennis, Badminton and Cricket, Passion for Cooking and Writing.
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