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'Retirement never on cards,' says Federer ahead of eagerly-awaited return

Independent online (SA) 08 Mar 2021
DOHA - Roger Federer said retirement was never an option during his battle with injury, insisting on Sunday the recovery from knee surgery was "completely under control" ahead of his return to competitive tennis at this week's Qatar Open ... Roger Federer 'pain free' ahead of Qatar Open, says never eyed retirement.
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'Retirement was never really on the cards,' says Roger Federer ahead of return from lengthy injury-forced break

Yahoo Daily News 08 Mar 2021
Roger Federer said retirement was never an option during his battle with injury, insisting Sunday the recovery from knee surgery was "completely under control" ahead of his return to competitive tennis at this week's Qatar Open ... Qatar Open ... Qatar Open.
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'Retirement never on cards,' says Federer on eve of eagerly-awaited return

Urdu Point 08 Mar 2021
Doha, March 8 (APP - UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 8th Mar, 2021 ) .Roger Federer said retirement was never an option during his battle with injury, insisting Sunday the recovery from knee surgery was "completely under control" ahead of his return to competitive tennis at this week's Qatar Open.
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Federer ‘pain free’, says never eyed retirement

The News International 08 Mar 2021
Roger Federer said retirement was never really an option during his battle with injury, insisting Sunday the pain was “completely under control” ahead of his return to competitive tennis at this week’s Qatar Open. The 39-year-old hasn’t played a match since a semi-final defeat to ...
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Roger Federer back at last and keen to play into forties

The Times/The Sunday Times 08 Mar 2021
Great intrigue surrounds the return of the 20-times grand-slam champion at the Qatar Open. The last time he was seen on a match court was in ...
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‘Retirement never on cards,’ says Federer on eve of awaited return

The Philadelphia Inquirer 08 Mar 2021
... Sunday the recovery from knee surgery was "completely under control" ahead of his return to competitive tennis at this week's Qatar Open.
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'Retirement never on cards,' says Roger Federer on eve of eagerly-awaited returnFederer is an eight-time ...

Deccan Herald 07 Mar 2021
Roger Federer said retirement was never an option during his battle with injury, insisting Sunday the recovery from knee surgery was "completely under control" ahead of his return to competitive tennis at this week's Qatar Open ... Federer said that while "expectations are really low" for his campaign in Qatar, he hoped to surprise himself ... Qatar Open.
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Pain-free Federer hopes for surprise

Straits Times 07 Mar 2021
DOHA • Roger Federer yesterday said retirement was never really an option during his battle with injury, insisting the pain was "completely under control" ahead of his return to competitive tennis at this week's Qatar Open ... Elsewhere, Czech Petra Kvitova thrashed Spain's Garbine Muguruza 6-2, 6-1 to win her second WTA Qatar Open title on Saturday.
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Roger Federer is hoping to be '100 per cent' fit and ready for Wimbledon as ...

The Daily Mail 07 Mar 2021
Federer, who has needed two operations to correct a long-standing knee issue, is due to play in the Qatar Open this week ... Federer, who is a three-time champion in Doha but has not competed there since 2012, will face either British number one and sometime practice partner Dan Evans or Frenchman Jeremy Chardy in his first match.
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‘Novak Djokovic has made me a better player’, says Roger Federer

Tennishead 07 Mar 2021
“We have different playing styles, so it almost depends on the day in terms of which court we’re playing on and how the matches have been leading up to that match ... Federer will make his long-awaited comeback at the Qatar Open next week having not played since his last match against Novak Djokovic in the semi-final of the 2020 Australian Open.
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Roger Federer 'pain free' ahead of Qatar Open, says never eyed retirement

Independent online (SA) 07 Mar 2021
DOHA – Roger Federer said retirement was never really an option during his battle with injury, insisting Sunday the pain was "completely under control" ahead of his return to competitive tennis at this week's Qatar Open. The 39-year-old hasn't played a match since a semi-final ...
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Federer ready to play long game on eve of his long-awaited return

The Observer 07 Mar 2021
Roger Federer embraces Rafael Nadal after the Match for Africa in Cape Town in February 2020 - Federer’s last match before this week’s Qatar Open ... Each flight, practice, and lengthy match will tell what his knee can handle and how long his career can endure ... The tennis world has also changed since Federer’s last match.
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Federer 'pain free' ahead of Qatar Open, says never eyed retirement

Supersport 07 Mar 2021
Roger Federer said retirement was never really an option during his battle with injury, insisting Sunday the pain was "completely under control" ahead of his return to competitive tennis.","content"."<P>Roger Federer said retirement was never ...
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