Roger Federer will play the Laver Cup and Basel 2022



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Roger Federer will play the Laver Cup and Basel 2022

Roger Federer, who will turn 41 year-old in August, played his last official match on 7 July 2021 when he capitulated at Wimbledon in three sets in the quarter-finals against Hubert Hurkacz. Since then he has been stopped in the box due to the third operation on his right knee.

In an interview last March 5th on the occasion of the women's Super-G in Lenzerheide (Switzerland), a new appointment of the Alpine Ski World Cup for sprinters from all over the world, he had released the following words: "I'm fine.

I walked on crutches for two months and had to start all over again. It was still the right thing to do. The knee was no longer going as it should after the Wimbledon tournament. It couldn't go on like this." He is now eagerly awaiting his new return to the court first at the Laver Cup and then in Basel where, during his career, he has triumphed on ten occasions: 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2018 and 2019.

Among other things, the Swiss Indoor was also the last trophy raised by Roger Federer in his career, number 103 to be exact.

Roger Federer will play the Swiss Indoor Basel 2022

After two years of suspension due to the Covid 19 pandemic, Swiss Indoors Basel will officially return this year from 22 to 30 October.

The tournament valid for the ATP 500, announced a sensational news a few minutes ago: the Swiss Maestro will also be present at the Basel tournament. Roger, who has won this trophy 10 times, has therefore confirmed his presence at the home tournament where he will also take the field as reigning champion by virtue of the final won in the last edition that was held.

in 2019 against Alex De Minaur. It is the second event that the twenty-time Grand Slam winner has confirmed for this 2022. A few weeks ago he was announced his presence at the Laver Cup which will be held in September in London and where he will play doubles with Rafael Nadal.

The sale of tickets for the Swiss 500 will resume Wednesday 27 April at 08:00 where a surge in ticket sales is expected after Her Majesty's confirmation at the event.

coming red matches.