Doctor Explains Roger Federer's Multiple Knee Surgeries

Amen786

Semi-Pro
Roger has proven that he still has the hands and eyes for the ball. if he can just recover from his surgery and get his knee close to 100 % , then he can for sure win 1-2 more majors. We will have to see
He needs atleast 2019 alike form for 2 slams chance.
Not happening.
 

gjm127

Professional
Roger has proven that he still has the hands and eyes for the ball. if he can just recover from his surgery and get his knee close to 100 % , then he can for sure win 1-2 more majors. We will have to see
Is this copy-pasted from a 2016 thread lol? I don't think it applies now unfortunately.
 

Nostradamus

Bionic Poster
He needs atleast 2019 alike form for 2 slams chance.
Not happening.
You seen him play at Wimbledon this year, when his knee is ok, has all the shots and skills still like old days. His serve is still there and amazing returns and transition game. he looked awful against in that 4th round match cause his knees were already giving out.
 

pj80

Hall of Fame
You seen him play at Wimbledon this year, when his knee is ok, has all the shots and skills still like old days. His serve is still there and amazing returns and transition game. he looked awful against in that 4th round match cause his knees were already giving out.
I agree...if he get's his knees fixed, his game is still there
 

Winners or Errors

Hall of Fame
You seen him play at Wimbledon this year, when his knee is ok, has all the shots and skills still like old days. His serve is still there and amazing returns and transition game. he looked awful against in that 4th round match cause his knees were already giving out.
Yes, I've never seen him move so badly as in that loss to Hurkacz.
 

Nostradamus

Bionic Poster
I agree...if he get's his knees fixed, his game is still there
Also what people don't realize is that Roger didn't even try to move his best because he was so worried about injuring that knee on the very slick grass courts. probably best example is french open where he didn't have to worry about slipping and falling and hurting his knee. he played great against very tough clay court players, dominant at times. just watch this skill,, all his skills are still there.

 
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