Roger Federer will not participate in the French Open due to surgery on his knee

Roger Federer will not participate in the French Open due to surgery on his knee

As Federer announced in his press conference, he will not participate in the French Open and four more other championships because of the undergoing surgery on his knee. Roger said:” My right knee bothering me for a long time a little bit. So after the last examination of my doctor, I decided to have an arthroscopic surgery”.

The tennis player went to Switzerland this Wednesday and had knee surgery. Obviously, that means he should rest a while and give his organism some time to obtain new powers and to recover a little bit. Now he is felling well and even walks on his own foot without any support.

The surgeon who performed the operation on Roger`s knee mentioned, that all was gone well and it was a great decision to make this surgery. He also said that this knee trouble may potentially grow into something much bigger in the future.

Little more info about Federer

Roger Federer is 38 years Swiss tennis player, who won 20 Grand Slam and held the first place in the ATP ranking for 310 weeks in a raw. Both parameters are the absolute records in the world of big tennis. Federer is one of only 8 tennis players who achieved a Career Grand Slam.

Federer wined 8 US Open, 6 Australian Open, 1 French Open, and 8 Wimbledon men`s singles titles. He also was selected as the year-end №1 for 4 years in a row which is an absolute record as well.

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