Forty-year-old Roger Federer is keen to extend his career and at some point end his term. The Swiss have had three knee surgeries in the last 18 months and have only played 13 games since the Australian Open last year, but still feel pain.
Following the Wimbledon quarterfinals, Federer decided to skip the rest of the season, undergo a third surgery and resume the recovery process before returning at some point in 2022. Born in 1981, Switzerland is one of the best players in the world. For 20 years, he won the first Masters 1000 Crown in 2002 and added the Wimbledon trophy to his tally 18 years ago.
After numerous rivals, challenges, big wins, and severe defeats, Roger longs for further success, despite a serious knee injury that stopped his progress early in the previous season. Roger finished in the Top 3 in 2019, winning the Masters 1000 crown in Miami and wasting two match points against Novak Djokovic in his spectacular Wimbledon title clash.
Roger Federer doesn’t think he has to win something big to retire in style.
For 2020, Roger talked about his retirement plan and, with his family supporting all his decisions, confirmed that he still enjoys a lot of tennis, so there is no fixed day. ..
The Swiss also reminded them that they didn’t have to do anything big before they finished their careers, and explained that they couldn’t remember the last match of Stefan Edberg or John McEnroe. On the other hand, it’s easy to remember the legacy and achievements of prominent players, and Roger is enough to carry the pressure and enjoy his time on the court.
“I’ve just started training. I was surprised to be able to walk the stairs well. I just returned to my calf and my calf killed me. I don’t want to say that it shocked me. It’s “tremendous” every time, but I’m on vacation for two weeks, so it’s not easy to get into training mode.
I don’t think retirement needs to be so perfect, you have to win something huge … and you go,’OK. I did it all. As long as you enjoy it, it can be completed differently, and it’s important to you.
I don’t think anyone remembers the last match between John McEnroe and Stefan Edberg. No one knows it. I remember winning Wimbledon and other big tournaments and conquering the ATP throne, “Roger Federer said.
– Tennis Sports
“Retirement doesn’t have to be ideal, I’m not thinking about it.”
https://www.tennisworldusa.org/tennis/news/Roger_Federer/102624/roger-federer-retirement-does-not-have-to-be-ideal-i-do-not-think-about-that-/ “Retirement doesn’t have to be ideal, I’m not thinking about it.”