Roger Federer is looking to extend his world-beating career for as long as possible once he makes his return to tennis this month.
The 20-time Grand Slam champion who underwent two knee procedures in 2020, told Schweizer Familie magazine of his dreams for his imminent comeback to the courts, starting on clay in Geneva from May 17.
“I will do everything I can to return to the top of world tennis after my surgery. I have been away from the game for so long. circuit to prepare for this goal,” the 39-year-old said.
“As long as I am happy and healthy, I will continue playing tennis.
“Many ask me how many years I have left competing and if I’m honest, I don’t know. “
Federer’s return at the Geneva 250 event will be followed by Roland Garros, with the Swiss pointing his main efforts at the summer grass season and Wimbledon.