The global tennis sensation, Roger Federer, is set to start his comeback soon. Since he has dropped from the number one spot, he has gone through many ordeals to get to where he is now. Injuries and illness have slowed him down, but now he has a proper tennis coach, and is ready to put in some hard work to save his status. Odds.
Federer had reported not being too happy with his ranking, and that he really wants to change it. He begins play at the Rogers Cup, in the second round in Toronto on Tuesday. Everything is pointing towards a great outing for him, but time will tell. Federer has won 62 singles titles on the ATP World Tour, but only one this year.
Though he broke onto the scene with groundbreaking tennis several years ago, and was temporarily able to win on sheer physical ability alone, the rest of the world has caught up to him. His tennis is outdated, old and stale. The world saw the results as the No. 82 player in the world ousted him from Wimbledon. It came as a shock to many, but the truth is that he needed a reality check. He should come back stronger than ever, if he puts in some serious time training. Scores.
The third-seeded Federer will face Juan Ignacio Chela, who beat Alejandro Falla 6-1, 6-3 Monday. If things pan out, Federer will take the tournament. This time he will win not just on physical ability alone, but also with the aid of more intelligent play. Everything seems to be set for him to make a grand splash back onto the scene of competitive tennis. The world is awaiting his return. One player who will be glad to have him back, having a score to settle with him, is the controversial Andy Roddick. The future looks bright for both the growing sport of tennis and Roger Federer. Will Federer deliver as expected? Be sure and follow the events of the Rogers Cup in Toronto at www.scoresandodds.com, home of the best sports betting data around. Las Vegas odds.