‘Feeling like a tourist’ Roger Federer takes a joyride across his beautiful country

Roger Federer is on a break currently, enjoying the beauty of his country as he takes a trip through Switzerland.

Roger Federer
Roger Federer

Roger Federer is enjoying the break he has taken from tennis for a while. The 20-time grand slam champion is looking to make a comeback in the Championships. Wimbledon is left in a lot of turmoil with WTA pulling out all the ranking points from the tournament, and the ATP is yet to decide if they want to do the same. If ATP decides to follow WTA’s example, Federer would compete in an exhibition tournament, and winning it wouldn’t mean a lot because many strong contenders might drop out for the above reasons.

Roger Federer went on a hiatus due to knee surgery after his quarterfinal exit in the previous edition of the Wimbledon. In the quarterfinals, Federer lost to Hubert Hurkacz but became the oldest player to make a quarterfinal appearance in the Championships. Federer recently posted on his Instagram account that his rehab was going well, so hopefully, we will be able to see the maestro in action in the coming months.

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Roger Federer will team up with Rafael Nadal for the Laver Cup.

Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal
Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal

Federer has been out of the ATP tour for almost a year, and he is trying to make a return. For now, Roger is enjoying his break with a holiday across his home country. Switzerland is one of the most beautiful holiday destinations with beautiful scenery, snow-capped mountains, and gorgeous weather.

Roger posted some amazing photos on his Instagram and captioned them: “Feeling like a tourist in my own country.”

Roger Federer
From Roger Federer’s Instagram post

Federer had already announced that for the October month’s Laver cup, he would be teaming up with his longtime rival and friend Rafael Nadal. The two of the greatest players in history will team up as doubles partners to represent Team Europe in the upcoming edition of the Laver Cup. For now, Rafael Nadal is back in Paris to play for his fourteenth title at the Roland-Garros while Federer will be on a break for a bit longer.

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