Roger Federer on his future: "I won't be a ghost"

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Roger Federer on his future: "I won't be a ghost"

What will be the future of Roger Federer after the last game in the Laver Cup, which will formalize his retirement from tennis? The Swiss tennis player has solved some of the many doubts that still perplex fans and professionals: the 41-year-old will try to remain an icon for this sport and to remain a reference.

Many doors will be open to the native of Basel and his intention is to remain in the movement, obviously in other guises. At the press conference, the winner of 20 Grand Slam titles talked about the possibility of commenting on matches at Wimbledon: "I never thought I'd say such a thing but six months ago I suddenly thought: why not tell about tennis someday? Even though I always said I never would.

Maybe some Wimbledon matches!" he reiterated him.

Roger Federer on his future: "I won't be a ghost"

Among the questions also the theme of the family and if he will also dedicate himself to his wife Mirka: "I'm sure it will be.

The last few years have been hard for me but I think they have been even more hard for her. She didn't like seeing me like that anymore, with all those injuries. I was really sorry for her," he added. King Roger also underlined how loved ones responded to the news of the retreat:" They reacted emotionally.

Many have cried. The boys asked if we will no longer go to Halle, Wimbledon and Indian Wells. I told him no for the tournament, but if they want we can go there again "he clarified. Federer then underlined during the long interview released:" I want to make it clear to all my followers that they will continue to see me, because I will find a way to continue to be closely linked to this sport," he concluded.

Now the expectation for the doubles match that Roger will play on Friday in London is rising: his partner has not yet been confirmed, while the Swiss athlete has made it official that he cannot / want to play the singles, he will be replaced by Matteo Berrettini.

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