Roger Federer’s representative ends quietly on stunner injury reports around the tennis symbol’s return to Laver Cup
The Laver Cup is probably going to check the arrival of Federer back on the court since being off the visit post his Wimbledon misfortune in 2021. Nonetheless, his representative has ended quietness on the sensation reports about his physical issue in front of his Laver Cup return.
Tennis fans on Wednesday were left disheartened when reports arose that Roger Federer is probably going to miss the looming Laver Cup 2022 in London attributable to a new physical issue he caused while recovering in his carefully fixed knee.
The Laver Cup is probably going to check the arrival of Federer back on the court since being off the visit post his Wimbledon misfortune in 2021. In any case, his representative has ended quietness on the sensation reports about his physical issue in front of his Laver Cup return.
Since his loss to Hubert Hurkacz at the SW19 last year, Federer has been out of serious activity, however his because of return to Laver Cup starts not long from now in London.
The 41-year-old had even posted a video on his Instagram page which showed that he is preparing for the opposition where he will play close by Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, and Andy Murray for Team Europe, close by Stefanos Tsitsipas and Casper Ruud.
Notwithstanding, his conceivable return has caused a major blow with reports arising that he has experienced one more injury on his knee.
As per Swiss distribution Tages Anzeiger, the 20-time Grand Slam champ has fluid in his right knee which has caused aggravation and is subsequently prone to manage him out of Laver Cup.
Notwithstanding, in a meeting with Blick, Tony Godsick, Federer’s representative, has dismissed all reports saying that he is completely dedicated to making a return to Laver Cup and furthermore at the Swiss Indoors occasion in Basel in October.
In the meantime, Nadal felt somewhat skeptical over his Laver Cup support after misfortune to Frances Tiafoe in US Open last 16 recently.