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Roger Federer Reveals Hangout Routine With Friends in Switzerland

Roger Federer plans to spend time with friends ahead of the 2021 Geneva Open.

The Swiss maestro Roger Federer shares his schedule with his friends ahead of the ATP 250 in his hometown Geneva.

The 39-year-old veteran was absent from the sport for over a year because of undergoing the knife twice for his knee injury. Roger’s last appearance was in the Australian Open in 2020, where he lost to Novak Djokovic.

World No.8 returned to the court this year at the Qatar Open. However, he failed to make a mark and lost to Nikoloz Basilashvili and returned home to Geneva. Since then the Swiss have been working on his form for the upcoming Roland Garros.

Roger Federer lost to Nikoloz Basilashvili in the 2021 Qatar ExxonMobil Open. (Photo by Mohamad Farag/Getty Images)

Roger Federer lost to Nikoloz Basilashvili in the 2021 Qatar ExxonMobil Open. (Photo by Mohamad Farag/Getty Images)

The French Open got delayed and thus Federer decided to take part in the 250 clay circuit ahead of the Grand Slam, as this might help him adapt to clay. However, the Former World No.1 had plans to spend time with his friends in Switzerland ahead of the Geneva Open.

“For me, I just miss spending some time in Switzerland because I have a lot of friends,” Roger Federer exerted. “I am here, I live in Graubunden, it’s far away, so I travel a lot, so when I don’t travel I like to be at home a little bit, I’ll take a lot of this week here in Geneva”

Roger Federer wants to spend time with his friends in Switzerland like Marc Rosset ahead of the 2021 Geneva Open.

Roger Federer wants to spend time with his friends in Switzerland, like Marc Rosset ahead of the 2021 Geneva Open.

The Swiss further added, “People know that there is a lot going on, but when we see each other here, like with Marc [Rosset], for example, it’s a pleasure to have a cup of coffee or to go for lunch or dinner.”

Roger Federer needs to upgrade his game, as the great veteran is already in his late 30s and soon will turn 40 this year. Thus his physique might lose the pace with his sharp mind. Therefore, there are rumors about him quitting tennis after this season. But if he stays longer, then he needs to pull up the socks, as the younger generation will be a constant threat to the Swiss.

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