With the Tokyo Olympics starting soon, tennis legend Roger Federer will not be available for the Tokyo Olympics on Tuesday. In a statement, he revealed that he faced a knee problem. “During the grass-court season, unfortunately, I suffered a blow to my knee and accepted that I should withdraw from the Tokyo Olympic Games,” Federer wrote. “I am very disappointed, because whenever I have represented Switzerland, it has been the honor and highlight of my career,” he said.
He concluded, “I have started rehabilitation in hopes of returning to the tour later this summer, I wish the whole Swiss team all the best and I will work hard from afar.”
The Grand Slam champion had always faced knee problems and had 2 knee surgeries in 2020. He was unavailable for the French Open this year to recover soon.
In the men’s singles event in 2012, he claimed a silver medal. She won the gold medal in doubles at the 2008 Beijing Games. Won gold medal in London Olympics. After winning the Australian Open, French Open and Wimbledon, Djokovic is still on his way to record a Golden Grand Slam.