Will it be the same level as five years ago?

Former world number one Roger Federer has been out for a long time. Unfortunately, he suffers from knee injuries that forced him to undergo surgeries.

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The Swiss maestro has participated in quite a few matches over the past year. His fitness levels weren’t what they used to be. Given that Federer is 40 years old, one can expect him not to be as competitive as he once was.

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Recently, fellow countryman Stan Wawrinka spoke about this issue and said:I guess it’s impossible for me to know now because from what he’s saying, what he’s showing and what he’s doing or not doing now and in the past few months, he’s been a long way from knowing exactly where he’s going. He said it until his physical condition started again intensely, not knowing.

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Roger Federer may not be able to repeat history

Wawrinka doubts Federer will be able to repeat the 2017 season’s championships. He feels it is important for Roger to feel the same hunger and intensity to compete for the sport’s biggest trophies. However, the older the player, the more difficult the task of competing at the highest level.

PARIS, FRANCE – JUNE 4: Roger Federer and Swiss Stan Wawrinka decided to leave the field due to bad weather in their men’s singles quarter-final match during the 10th day of the 2019 French Open at Roland Garros on June 4, 2019 in Paris, France. (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)

Added three-time grand winner“Anyway, from the moment we didn’t close the class, there is still desire, there is still a flame. Will his level be the same as it was five years ago? No, obviously not. But then again, we saw that it was not always a question of the level at which It makes it possible to achieve results, there are a lot of factors that play a role in any tournament.”

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Federer and Wawrinka are expected to return later this season. However, it will be interesting to see when these athletes return. However, we wish them a speedy recovery and hope to see them compete against the best players.

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The 20-time Grand Slam winner will look at his best chances at Wimbledon. All eyes will be on him when he decides to step back from the court again.

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