Swiss Roger Federer, who underwent knee surgery twice in the first half of 2020 and was unavailable until the end of the season, has resumed physical training and could return to the tennis court in 15 days, informs the daily L’Equipe.
After several weeks of convalescence, Federer resumed training only physically, according to coach Severin Luthi, who made the announcement for the Swiss daily Tages-Anzeiger.
Roger Federer will turn 39 on August 8
The Swiss player will turn 39 on August 8, and next season could be the last of his career.
Federer, with 20 Grand Slam trophies in the list, recently announced that he will not return to the circuit, whose season is scheduled to resume in August after a five-month forced break – until 2021, after the two knee surgeries in the first half of 2020.