‘Roger Federer must believe he can do it or he would not…’, says expert

The clay court season is not over and we could say that its main tournament is missing, which will start next week but the men’s and women’s Entry List has been published in the 2021 edition of the Wimbledon tournament, the third Slam of the year. the last hours. There is great anticipation for this tournament, especially this year given that Wimbledon was canceled last year due to the pandemic and also because this could be the last time we see Roger Federer working at Wimbledon. The Swiss tennis player, on the threshold of 40 years, dreams of the big company, but with the passing of the months (and years) this seems increasingly difficult. Compared to Roland Garros it seems that everyone will be there at Wimbledon and we will see the return to the circuit of both Nick Kyrgios (absent in Paris) and the Swiss Stan Wawrinka. Compared to previous years, the pandemic has brought several changes, tennis players will not be able to rent the typical private houses near the tournament, but all must stay at the official hotel. Here is the entry list of men. The entry list includes all the top 10 in the world with Roger Federer starting from number 8, just ahead of blue tennis player Matteo Berrettini. To decipher the situation regarding the top positions with Novak Djokovic currently ahead of Russian Daniil Medvedev and with the clay king and twenty-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal in third place.

Barbara Schett opens up on Roger Federer

Barbara Schett discussed Roger Federer’s chances at Wimbledon, where the Swiss has set himself lofty targets despite not being in the best of form. Schett pointed out that Federer will likely find the going tough at SW19 due to his age and prolonged absence from the circuit. “Maybe Roger believes he can win Wimbledon one more time, but that will be tough at his age and having been away from the game for so long,” Schett said. “I would love to see Roger win Wimbledon again,” she added. “He must believe he can do it or he would not be playing, but he has been out for so long and his body is going to hurt when he plays best of five set matches.” Roger Federer made a losing return to clay as he was beaten by Pablo Andujar in the Geneva Open this week, but that has done little to dampen the Swiss’ spirits off the court. On Saturday, Federer unsuccessfully attempted to recreate a popular video originally posted on social media by Gael Monfils and Elina Svitolina last year.

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