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Federer Will Probably Miss Australian Open

The Swiss tennis player has undergone the third surgery in eighteen months. The presence of Djokovic is also unknown after some political authorities in the state of Victoria (Australia) explained that without vaccination entry into the country is not guaranteed.

Croatian Ivan Ljubicic admitted that it will be very difficult for his protégé and twenty-great champion Roger Federer to reach the first big event of the year at Melbourne Park as a result of the third surgery he underwent in eighteen months.

“We will see him in action again next year but I don't know exactly when. He is undergoing rehabilitation. He is recovering slowly and is in no hurry, "said the Croatian in an interview with Sky.

The Swiss master could miss for the second year in a row the Australian Open and the wishes of the 'major aussie' organization to reunite the three great contenders to become the most successful tennis player of all time would not be fulfilled, after the Serbian Novak Djokovic equaled in the past Wimbledon the mark of the Swiss and the Spanish Rafael Nadal with twenty grand.

The presence of the Belgrade player, who continues to not reveal whether he has been vaccinated against Covid-19, is also unknown after some political authorities in the state of Victoria (Australia) explained that without vaccination entry into the country is not guaranteed.

The best positioned of the 'Big 3' to play the first Grand Slam of the season is Nadal after he announced that his recovery plans have fulfilled the steps set and that therefore he plans to play the exhibition tournament at the end of the year in Abu Dhabi to prepare for the Australian tour.

The Spaniard has remained out of the competition since his defeat in Washington in early August against South African Lloyd Harris as a result of his chronic injury to the scaphoid in his left foot.

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