17 Jul 2022 | 08:49 | Football
(Sports News, Tennis News) Roger Federer has grown accustomed to life without tennis and has found joy in his beloved family.
“Tennis is my life, but it’s not everything. I put my heart and soul into my career. A football career doesn’t last forever. I love winning, and if I can’t do that, it’s better. Stop. I don’t “I think I still don’t need tennis,” Federer said.
Federer finds joy in simple things: “I can use my time now to do whatever I want. In the past, I rarely took my family on tour. I’m experiencing life in a certain way. My joy comes from the little things, Like a girl getting good grades, or a boy doing well.”
But Federer’s immediate retirement is just a prediction, with the player expected to play at the Basel Open in October last month. The 41-year-old is then expected to play in the Laver Cup Team Cup in September, when the “BIG 4”, Federer, Djokovic, Nadal and Murray will be on the same team.
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