Roger Federer Won’t Play in 2020 After Knee Surgery

Roger Federer to miss 2020 after knee Surgery

On Wednesday, Federer announced that he recently had a second operation on his right knee and that he would not play again this year. Federer, 38, first had surgery on the knee in February, shortly after reaching the semifinals of the Australian Open and playing an exhibition match with Rafael Nadal in Cape Town, South Africa.

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