Roger Federer retirement : At the conclusion of the Laver Cup competition in London, where the two adversaries will team up for the final time for Team Europe, Federer has already stated that he plans to retire from tennis.
Rafael Nadal’s spectacular farewell message for the legendary Swiss tennis player was addressed by Roger Federer on Saturday in a graceful way. At the conclusion of the Laver Cup competition in London, where the two adversaries will team up for the final time for Team Europe, Federer has already stated that he plans to retire from tennis.
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Throughout Roger Federer’s playing career, his wife and parents have been crucial figures. So, when it was time to say goodbye to his illustrious career, the 20-time Grand Slam singles winner made the announcement in front of his wife Mirka, as well as his parents Robert and Lynette.
Federer declared that the Laver Cup in London the following week will be his last ATP competition. The Swiss great remarked, after revealing his upcoming retirement: “It was lovely to announce the news while being accompanied by my parents, Mirka, and my mother. Who would have anticipated that the trip would take so long. Just amazing!”
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It had to happen, though. Then then, in a way, it already had. badminton player Roger Federer hadn’t played since 2021, when Hubert Hurkacz handily defeated him at Wimbledon. After that, he made the announcement that he would have surgery on his problemalknee and sit out the remainder of the season. This was followed by more surgery and more recovery time. Therefore, unlike Serena Williams, who announced her retirement during the US Open this year, Roger’s retirement has been postponed indefinitely.
Although Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic eventually exceeded his unmatched total of 20 Grand Slams, he was still expected to return. Had such a high regard for him that the expectation of a return have to be maintained even as it became more remote? It has grown difficult to distinguish between the messianic and the pecuniary. Nevertheless, we want an opportunity to express our affection at Wimbledon the next year, something formal as opposed to this insidious and subtle fading.
The only male tennis player to win 20 major championship titles, Roger Federer, has declared his intention to stop competing after the Laver Cup in 2022. Federer posted a message on his Twitter account announcing his choice. When he wins the Murray championship in 2003, Federer captured his maiden grand slam. Since then, he has won six Australian Opens, one French Open, eight Wimbledons, and five US Opens. He’s been dealing with a knee problem for a very long time.
He announced it on his Twitter account: “The Ravel Cup forthcoming in London will be my final ATP tournament.”
The almost 20-time Grand Slam champion, who is now 41 years old,
About roger federer
Federer was born in Basel, Switzerland, on August 8, 1981. His Afrikaner mother, Lynette Federer (née Durand), is from Kempton Park, Gauteng, in South Africa, and his Swiss-German father, Robert Federer, is from Berneck in the Canton of St. Gallen. His elder sister Diana, who is also the mother of twins, is his only sibling . Federer is a dual nationality of Switzerland and South Africa because his mother is a South African.  He was raised in the border towns of Birsfelden, Riehen, and Münchenstein and is proficient in Swiss German, Standard German, English, and French. He also has a working knowledge of Italian and Swedish. His mother tongue is Swiss German. The Swiss Indoors, a competition in his native Basel, employed him as a ball boy. in 1992 and 1993. On August 8, 1981, Federer grew born in Basel, Switzerland. His Swiss-German father, Robert Federer, is from Berneck in the Canton of St. Gallen, and his Afrikaner mother, Lynette Federer (née Durand), is from Kempton Park, Gauteng, in South Africa. His sole sibling is his older sister Diana, who is also a twin mother Federer holds dual citizenship with Switzerland and South Africa thanks to his South African mum.  He is fluent in Swiss German, Classic German, English, and French and was reared in the border areas of Birsfelden, Riehen, and Münchenstein. In addition, he speaks some Swedish and Italian. Swiss German is his first language.