Former world No. 1 tennis player Roger Federer has had a very sincere talk during his recovery after two knee surgeries earlier this year.
Federer admits Covid-19 helps his family reunite
The great tennis player, Roger Federer, acknowledged that because of the Covid-19 pandemic, he had the opportunity to stay in his native Switzerland for so long during the past 25 years. Roger Federer revealed that his whole family had happy moments together and felt extremely safe when living on a mountain without many people.
In addition to being with his family, the 39-year-old player also insisted that he is always strict with himself and his relatives in quarantine disease. The tennis star said he always wants to give the best conditions for his children.
It was difficult for Nick Kyrgios to attend Roland Garros
World No. 40 Nick Kyrgios has admitted that his chances of playing at Roland Garros are very small. After applying to withdraw from the US Open, Nick Kyrgios also revealed the possibility of attending Roland Garros this year. Accordingly, Nick Kyrgios confirmed that he did not want to go to Europe at a time when the pandemic was not completely controlled.
Tiger Woods distracted the opponent’s coach
San Francisco is going on Wanamaker major golf event. This is a tournament that brings together top names at the TPC Harding Park golf course, where former world No. 1 Brooks Koepka seeks a title trick after winning two consecutive years.
The event was attended by top golfers like Rory McIlroy, Justin Thomas, and legendary Tiger Woods. Watching the Tiger Woods play in a tournament like this is not an easy occasion and the coach of world-class 116 golfer C.T. Pan used his phone to capture the moment Tiger Woods was preparing for matches. The lack of concentration of this coach has been “pupil” students on his page.
Vettel’s deal with Aston Martin is still open
According to Gazzetta Dello Sport (Italy), the move of driver Sebastian Vettel to Aston Martin next season has been agreed by both sides but still needs more time. Gazzetta revealed that the negotiations between the four-time world champion and Racing Point (to change the name to Aston Martin next season) have been going on for the past two months but have yet to be completed.