The worst is behind me

Former world No. 1 Roger Federer has revealed that he’s in a “good place” proper now and added that the “worst” is behind him. Federer, 40, underwent two knee surgical procedures final season and this previous August he introduced a 3rd knee surgical procedure.

Federer final performed at Wimbledon, the place he made the quarterfinal earlier than shedding in straight units to Hubert Hurkacz. “I gotta take my time, I do not wish to rush into something at this level,” Federer mentioned. “That is additionally for my life you already know, I wish to be sure I can do all the things I wish to do afterward.

There is not any rush with something. So I am truly in a extremely good place. I believe the worst is behind me.”

Federer attends the Laver Cup

Federer will not be taking part in on the Laver Cup for the primary time in his profession however on Friday he flew to Boston to attend the occasion.

Federer stunned all of the members since nobody anticipated him to be current at this 12 months’s occasion. “It’s actually essential that we keep in mind it as a result of we’ve got a extremely wealthy historical past,” Federer advised CNBC on Friday morning.

“Rod Laver was a hero to us, particularly Bjorn Borg, additionally to John [McEnroe]. To me, he’s that huge legend that was in a position to win two occasions the Grand Slam, profitable all 4 majors in the identical 12 months”. “He’s additionally the one who went from novice sports activities to skilled sport, in order that’s the place the thought got here in that we might do one thing for the legacy of the sport and incorporate all of the younger ones coming by means of and studying from the perfect, like John and Bjorn, for instance, having rivals grow to be teammates,” added Federer, one of many Crew Europe vs.

Crew World competitors’s co-founders. “I believe the primary three editions have been fantastic in Prague, Chicago and Geneva. And now lastly we’re right here in Boston beginning in the present day”.

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