Federer wins in comeback: Will win more grand slams
Federer is due to a knee injury did not participate in a tournament next summer’s grand slam tournament Wimbledon, the Swiss, have tumbled as number 16 in the world. Evans is number 66th If it were up to Roger Federer, then retrieved more grand slam titles than the 17 he has rescued. Perth. The former world number one Roger Federer made after a six year hiatus successful comeback at the tennis court.
Monday beat Federer in two sets Briton Daniel Evans at the Hopman Cup, which unofficially called World Cup for teams. The battle lasted an hour. 35-year-old Federer was given a warm reception by the fans in Australian Perth, and it meant a lot to him. There were 13,500 spectators present at Perth Arena, and most got up and paid tribute to Federer.
– It was an extra special welcome with a standing ovation when I came onto the pitch, it gave me a good feeling. – I’m back now and enjoy playing again, says Federer, who was plagued by knee pain. Federer’s last game was the defeat in the semifinals of Wimbledon to Canadian Milos Raonic on July 8 last year.
Federer was already injured several months before Wimbledon and volunteered at the Grand Slam tournament French Open. It was only after the defeat of Raonic, Federer announced that he would take a break the rest of 2016 in order to recover properly. The plan was never to end his career.
– It depends on a how to get injured. I was injured when I filled the bathtub for my children. It really was not the way I wanted to leave the sport he explains. Federer has not won a grand slam tournament since Wimbledon in 2012, but would like to have more than the 17 he collected is noted for. It would be nice to win one more. And I gladly 3:00 to 4:00 more. It’s tough at the top. Several good players up there now and more young people are coming up there too. The hole is not as big, and I give it a try. Let’s see what happens, says Federer.