“I misplaced the sport, my voice, my job… however my retirement has been excellent”

“I misplaced the sport, my voice, my job… however my retirement has been excellent”

Roger Federer nonetheless remembers the echoes left by his huge farewell to the world of tennis on the Laver Cup after taking part in his doubles match with Rafa Nadal, in a match that left photographs for the historical past of tennis and sports activities.

Some photographs that Federer himself has now wished to share on an Instagram account during which Federer seems greeting the general public at his farewell, sporting a tuxedo with Andy Murray, Rafa Nadal and Novak Djokovic earlier than one of many dinners, putting the tape on the deal with of his racket earlier than his final match, speaking with Bjorn Borg within the locker room, within the staff photograph with the trophy and with Rafa Nadal earlier than going out on the court docket.

Federer wished to share these pictures with this remark during which he humorously took that it will not have been the perfect farewell when it comes to outcomes. “We anticipated a fairy story ending. This is how mine has been: I’ve misplaced my final singles match, I’ve misplaced my final doubles match, I’ve misplaced my final staff match, I’ve misplaced my voice this week, and I’ve additionally misplaced my job. However, nonetheless, my withdrawal couldn’t have been extra excellent and I’m very proud of how all the pieces has gone. So do not assume an excessive amount of about that excellent ending, yours will at all times be superb in your individual approach.”

Statements similar to these the Swiss did originally of his interview with The New York Instances, the place he made this honest reflection on his farewell. A farewell that these newest sports activities outcomes didn’t tarnish the final nice tribute to Roger Federer.

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