I wonder who’s the person who is counting--' Roger Federer #Roger_Federer

I wonder who’s the person who is counting–‘ Roger Federer #Roger_Federer

I wonder who’s the person who is counting–‘ Roger Federer #Roger_Federer

After more than a year of stoppage, Roger Federer co’uld return to the field in Doha from ‘8 to 13 March for the ATP 250 in Qatar. To support him, with knowledge of ‘the facts but without officiality, is Richard Krajicek, former Wimbledon champion today director of the Rotterdam tourn’ament, a traditional indoor eve’nt that will take place this year the week’ before that of Qatar.
“I think Roger will play in Doha, the wee’k after Rotterdam,” Krajicek said. “But if he’s actually fit and ready to play, he’ll have to tell us.” I’n Rotterdam, meanwhile, Rafa Nadal has confirmed hi’ presence, re’turning t’o Holland after 12 year’s of absence: should Federer decide to anticipat’e his debut, it would be a big party ‘at the Abn-Amro Arena.
Federer won three times in Doha: in 2005 against his current coach Ivan Ljubicic, in 2006 against Gael Monfils, and in 2011 against Nikolay Davydenko.
Federer withdrew from the 202’1 Australian Open
Recently, the 20-t’ime Grand Slam winner had a conversation’with the representatives of Moet’ & Chandon, one of the ma’ny brands he endorses.
Moet & Chandon is one of the world’s l’argest champagne producers and a prominent champagne ho’use. During the conversation, Roger w’as talking about an interesting statistic with regard to h’itting 2 million serves in his life so far, and ‘he revealed an interesting point.
Roger Federer explained: “I have definit’ely not hit 2 million serves in my life. I don’t think my s’oulder would survive that. I feel though th’at I may have hit 2 million shots in my life. With’ all the practices as a jun’ior, doubles you na’me it.
Maybe I’ve hit 2 million shots. But I w’onder who’s the person who is counting all ‘the bubbles in the glass. You take a slow-mo’tion video and for how long and how difficult that must be. I do’n’t even know”.
With 10 months spent with the coronavirus arou’nd the world, we are still not out of it. Thus, the biggest s’porting event of the year, the Tokyo Ol’ympics 2021, might be called off. For the Swiss maestro ‘Roger Federer, this could be the end of h’is Olympic Gold quest.
Presently, Japan is in a state of emerg’ncy as the pandemic outbreak hit them recently. If the si’tuation gets better, the event might b’egin as scheduled on July 23. However, this looks unlikely from’ every angle. A report even suggested ‘that the Japanese government has privately canceled the event and is looking to book a place in 2032. There’fore, the 39-year-old Federer’s dream of over 20 years of ‘winning an Olympic gold might remain unfulfilled.

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