Roger Federer Big Hint: “Better To Stop If Not Competitive Anymore”
Since his quarterfinal Wimbledon defeat last year, Roger Federer has not competed.
Swiss tennis prodigy The last time Roger Federer participated in a competitive match was at Wimbledon in 2017, where he was defeated by Hubert Hurkacz in straight sets. The 40-year-old has been recovering since his third knee operation in 18 months. Federer missed Wimbledon this year, raising additional concerns about whether the 20-time Grand Slam champion will ever again play. Federer has stated that he no longer “needs” tennis and is content with “the simple things,” fueling rumors that he may retire soon.
“Even though I love winners, it’s best to stop if you’re no longer competitive. I don’t think tennis is necessary. When my son performs something well or when my daughter returns home with an excellent grade, for example, I am content “Federer was cited by Eurosport as saying to the Dutch newspaper Algemeen Dagblad.
He continued, “Tennis is part of my identity, but it’s not everything.
“I want to be successful and stay that way, and I put a lot of work into business — probably more than I should sometimes, but that can be done outside of sports,” he said.
Federer said, “I know a professional career can’t endure forever and that’s okay.
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