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Roger Federer will not participate in 2021 Australian Open


Muhammad UsmanMultimedia Journalist

04th Jan, 2021. 11:43 pm
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Roger Federer 2021 Australian Open

The year 2021 is being considered as an important year for Roger Federer, the star tennis player of Switzerland, as Federer withdrew from the first Grand Slam Australian Open this year due to a knee injury.

According to the details, the tennis season was affected from March to August due to the coronavirus, but tennis returned in mid-August and then major tournaments like USS Open, French Open, and ATP World Tour Final were held. The Australian Open kicks off with a delay, taking place from February 8 to February 21.

The Australian Open announced at the end of December that six-time champion Federer would not be taking part in the 2021 Australian Open.

It should be noted that Roger Federer has participated in this tournament every year since his debut in the main draw of the Australian Open in the year 2000. Last year, he won the third round, which was his 100th victory in this tournament.

Swiss Federer lost to world number one Novak Djokovic of Serbia in the semi-finals of the Australian Open last year.

The Swiss Masters’ last major title was the Australian Open in 2018, and they are expected to return to the court at the end of February this year. There could be a tournament.

Analysts say the 2021 results for Switzerland’s 39-year-old Federer will determine whether he continues to play tennis.

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