Roger Federer hasn’t played on the ATP Tour since July of 2021 when he lost to Hubert Hurkacz in the Wimbledon quarterfinals. But, the 20-time Grand Slam champion has finally pinpointed a timetable for return.

Federer plans to participate in the Swiss Indoors Open in his home country of Switzerland, with his first match scheduled for October 25th, per the Associated Press.

Not long after Roger Federer’s defeat to Hurkacz at Wimbledon, he had to undergo a third knee procedure in just 1.5 years. Frankly, it’s amazing he’s still motivated to get back on the court after numerous injury setbacks.

Unfortunately, though, Federer will miss out on Wimbledon, a tournament he’s won a record eight times. The Swiss admitted earlier this year in an interview he may never be able to play at the level of before, but “wants to see one last time what I’m capable of as a professional tennis player.”

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Roger Federer is also planning to play at the Laver Cup in September, but it’s not considered a full-fledged tourney. As for the Swiss Indoor Open, it was called off the last two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Federer has won it a total of 10 times and will be going for his 11th title later this year.

We can’t wait to see the legend back on the court and hopefully, competing at a high level.