- 21 Sep 2022 16:38
Roger Federer expanded on his decision to retire, calling it an 'emotional process'. Federer said he plans to remain involved in tennis 'in some shape or form' and is looking forward to giving back to the younger generation through his next 'exciting role' in the sport. The 41-year-old also promised not to hang up his racket, saying: 'I will not stop playing tennis, it's just I will not play for points any more'. The Laver Cup, being hosted in London, will be Federer's last appearance on a big stage where former rivals Rafa Nadal, Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic will become his teammates.