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Roger Federer returned with a bang after the long break of afflicting knee injury, when he won the Australian Opens against Spanish star Rafael Nadal with his 18th Grand Slam title this January.

The future of the 35-year old world champion was widely over speculations as for whether he will be ‍terminating his game career or something.

But as a prominent decision of his continuation, Federer signed a three-year deal with the Swiss Indoors.

Roger Federer-750x550

Federer merrily announced his decision on Tuesday, “I can hardly wait to step out again in front of my home crowd in autumn. To play in Basel is always one of the highlights of the year.

Federer, who made his debut in 1998, holds the record for the largest number of single titles, winning the tournament, the Swiss Indoors seven times. The player has struggled wild enough to stay on the high pedestal of world’s top-ranked players of all time. A month back in January he had expressed, “If I am spared again by the injuries, I am convinced that I am still capable of beating the best players in the world in the big tournaments.

Federer beats Nadal to win 18th Grand Slam title in the Australian Opens
Federer beats Nadal to win 18th Grand Slam title in the Australian Opens

The tournament president Roger Brennwald is also glad to accept Federer’s participation in the event of his native Basel, “We are in the privileged position of having been able to secure the participation of Roger Federer in our tournament for a further three years.”
The tennis star will be 38 in the concluding year 2019 of this Swiss indoors.

 

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Roger Federer returned with a bang after the long break of afflicting knee injury, when he won the Australian Opens against Spanish star Rafael Nadal with his 18th Grand Slam title this January.

The future of the 35-year old world champion was widely over speculations as for whether he will be ‍terminating his game career or something.

But as a prominent decision of his continuation, Federer signed a three-year deal with the Swiss Indoors.

Roger Federer-750x550

Federer merrily announced his decision on Tuesday, “I can hardly wait to step out again in front of my home crowd in autumn. To play in Basel is always one of the highlights of the year.

Federer, who made his debut in 1998, holds the record for the largest number of single titles, winning the tournament, the Swiss Indoors seven times. The player has struggled wild enough to stay on the high pedestal of world’s top-ranked players of all time. A month back in January he had expressed, “If I am spared again by the injuries, I am convinced that I am still capable of beating the best players in the world in the big tournaments.

Federer beats Nadal to win 18th Grand Slam title in the Australian Opens
Federer beats Nadal to win 18th Grand Slam title in the Australian Opens

The tournament president Roger Brennwald is also glad to accept Federer’s participation in the event of his native Basel, “We are in the privileged position of having been able to secure the participation of Roger Federer in our tournament for a further three years.”
The tennis star will be 38 in the concluding year 2019 of this Swiss indoors.

 

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Roger Federer returned with a bang after the long break of afflicting knee injury, when he won the Australian Opens against Spanish star Rafael Nadal with his 18th Grand Slam title this January.

The future of the 35-year old world champion was widely over speculations as for whether he will be ‍terminating his game career or something.

But as a prominent decision of his continuation, Federer signed a three-year deal with the Swiss Indoors.

Roger Federer-750x550

Federer merrily announced his decision on Tuesday, “I can hardly wait to step out again in front of my home crowd in autumn. To play in Basel is always one of the highlights of the year.

Federer, who made his debut in 1998, holds the record for the largest number of single titles, winning the tournament, the Swiss Indoors seven times. The player has struggled wild enough to stay on the high pedestal of world’s top-ranked players of all time. A month back in January he had expressed, “If I am spared again by the injuries, I am convinced that I am still capable of beating the best players in the world in the big tournaments.

Federer beats Nadal to win 18th Grand Slam title in the Australian Opens
Federer beats Nadal to win 18th Grand Slam title in the Australian Opens

The tournament president Roger Brennwald is also glad to accept Federer’s participation in the event of his native Basel, “We are in the privileged position of having been able to secure the participation of Roger Federer in our tournament for a further three years.”
The tennis star will be 38 in the concluding year 2019 of this Swiss indoors.

 

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