Roger Federer ruled out of Australian Open as his coach makes retirement claim

    [ad_1]

    He did however go on to play down any chance of an imminent retirement for the tennis great, adding: “But he wants to compete again and won’t retire all of a sudden.

    “We will be able to see Roger again next year. I don’t know when exactly, but he is undergoing rehabilitation. He is recovering slowly, he is not in a hurry.”

    Federer’s absence from the event is yet another setback for event organisers, who were of course hoping to have had the Swiss star alongside his two long-time rivals Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic, for a reunion of the sport’s ‘big three’.

    Nadal himself also worried fans when rumours began that he was approaching his retirement due to his own injury problems.



    [ad_2]

    Previous articleBig Brother VIP's Ellie Gonsalves and Dayne Beams are voted out – but not all is as it seems 
    Next articleExplosion in Mexico kills at least 1, injures 15 as dozens of buildings damaged

    LEAVE A REPLY

    Please enter your comment!
    Please enter your name here