Roger Federer May Retire From Tennis

Tennis great Roger Federer can retire from this sport. Just before the start of Wimbledon in June this year, Federer recalled a conversation he had with Pete Sampras a decade ago, saying that Pete was wondering how long I had in the tank. This was when I was only 30 years old.

Roger Federer said that at the age of 31-33 many players think of retiring. The sacrifice he made for his career, the way he played, it was not so easy to push himself for the tour year after year. Roger Federer turned 40 in August this year. He said that he never thought that he would be present on the court till this age that too when he has gone through several knee operations.

Also out of Wimbledon

Tennis great Roger Federer has said he has no hope of returning until Wimbledon in June next year due to knee surgery. Federer gave this information during an interview to the Tribune de Geneva daily. He also said that if I played at Wimbledon, it would be very surprising.

Wimbledon is going to start from 27th June. Federer has not played on the tour since his straight sets loss in the quarter-finals of Wimbledon in July this year. Within a few weeks, he underwent surgery, which was his third knee surgery in 18 months. Federer, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal are the only three players in tennis history to hold the record for 20 men’s Grand Slams.

At the same time, the Australian Open is going to start in January next year. Looking at this, it is clear that he will not be seen playing in this tournament. Federer said that it is not surprising that I will not take part in this tournament. We knew even before the operation that a long break of months is needed after this type of surgery.

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