|2021 French Open|
|Final score||6–7, 2–6, 6–3, 6–2, 6–4|
Also to know is, is Roger Federer playing French Open 2021?
Roger Federer pulls out of 2021 French Open: ‘It’s important that I listen to my body’ Roger Federer pulled out of the 2021 French Open on Sunday, citing health concerns as he recovers from knee surgeries. Federer, who is currently No.
Thereof, what channel is the French Open 2021 on?
What happened to Nadal at the French Open 2021?
Rafael Nadal announced he is calling a halt to his 2021 season to address a lingering left foot injury, taking himself out of the U.S. Open for a second consecutive year.
Former Roland Garros champion Rafael Nadal doesn’t think his semi-final exit from the French Open 2021 on Friday night was a disaster and conceded that every player should learn to “admit both victory and defeat” in the same way. … It’s not a disaster at all,” Nadal said.
Who will Roger Federer play next? The player up against Federer in the Wimbledon 2021 quarter finals will be Polish 14th seed Hubert Hurkacz.
French Open 2021: Roger Federer announces withdrawal from tournament in bid to protect fitness. The 39-year-old Swiss star was playing in his first Grand Slam since reaching the semi-finals of the Australian Open in 2020, and made it into the last 16 with a gruelling four-set win over Dominik Koepfer on Saturday.
The Roland Garros tournament organisers first announced Federer’s news, quoting him on Sunday afternoon that he had withdrawn from the fourth round of the tournament. “After discussions with my team, I’ve decided I will need to pull out of the French Open today,” Federer said in the statement.
Roger Federer withdrew from the French Open on Sunday a day after having reached the fourth round with a gruelling win, evidently opting to focus on his primary objective of doing well on the grass courts and not push his body to the limits on clay.
The 20-time Grand Slam champion backed out from Roland Garros on Sunday, saying he needed time to recover from a knee injury that had kept him away from the tennis court for the better part of 17 months. The Swiss tennis pro is just two months away from his 40th birthday and had two surgeries on his right knee in 2020.