“It’s dream that Roger Federer’s return will be like 2017” says coach

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Roger Federer currently holds the Open Era Grand Slam record as he has 20 majors to his name. He won 2 grand slams in 2017 and one in 2018 after making a strong comeback from injury.

Federer’s coach Ljubicic talked about his plan for the training of 2021 as currently he’s out of the season because of his knee surgery.

“Everything is under control, we are planning the next season. It is a wish and a dream for everything to be like in 2017, but it is clear that every situation is new. Anyway, we have one positive experience so we are all positive.” Ljubicic said in an interview with the Novi list.

Ljubicic said that Roger Federer doesn’t play for the Grand Slam record.

“Everyone’s a little too focused on the Grand Slam titles. Sure, they are the most important tournaments in our sport, even more than before, but they are not the only thing that matters. In Federer’s case, he loves the sport and will play as long as he can. We will do everything to get results, but it is not the only reason why he plays and wants to continue playing. But it is clear to me that there are people who cannot understand it.” he added.

Roger is the highest-earning athlete in 2019. He launched a new series of shoes “Swiss Sneakers Brand ‘On’.”

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