Roger Federer’s farewell match will be ‘doubles match’, Rafael Nadal can be partner


Federer’s main rivals Nadal, Djokovic and Andy Murray will also take part in the Lever Cup.
In a career that began in 1990, Federer won 20 Grand Slam championships till 2020.

London: Swiss tennis star Roger Federer was beaming and laughing at his own jokes when he met the media on Wednesday ahead of the Lever Cup, the final competitive tournament of his career. During his 20 Grand Slam titles, this 41-year-old player has also expressed emotions after the defeat or victory in the match, in which sometimes his eyes have also been filled with tears.

But when he came in front of the media to answer the questions related to his retirement, he looked very comfortable.

Let my retirement from tennis be a celebration: Federer
Federer will end his career at the Lever Cup on Friday with a doubles tie in which he could partner long-time rival Rafael Nadal. Federer said he felt “at peace” with his decision to retire and wanted his retirement from tennis to be a celebration.

Roger Federer

The Lever Cup will be Federer’s last ATP tournament. (Photo-Twitter)

He said, “I don’t want to make it really tragic. I really want to be happy and want the ‘party’ atmosphere to be there. There was a white polo shirt inside the blazer. Federer answered questions for about half an hour. He said, “I am a little ‘nervous’ about playing because I haven’t played in such a long time.” He said, “I hope that I can be a little competitive.”

Federer announced his retirement after multiple knee surgeries
After undergoing multiple knee surgeries, Federer announced on social media last week that he would retire after the Lever Cup. The Liver Cup is organized by their management team which will start from Friday. This will be the fifth stage in which Team Europe will face Team World. Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray, who have been the main rivals in Federer’s career, will also take part in it. In a career that started in 1990, this player won 20 Grand Slam championships till 2020 and 83 titles in other tournaments.

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