Roger Federer says he would like to keep in touch with tennis after his retirement


Tennis legend Roger Federer is ready for his last hurrah, at the Laver Cup in London.

The Swiss maestro’s 25-year-long career boasts victories that most people could only dream of.

The 41-year-old tennis player was the first person to win 20 Grand Slam titles. He held the position of world number 1 in tennis for more time than any other player except Novak Djokovic. Federer’s first big win at Wimbledon dates back to 2003 when everyone realized the young lad was ready to take the tennis world by storm.

Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic, the big three, are collectively considered by some to be the three most successful male tennis players of all time.

After leaving his mark and being considered the ‘greatest of all time’ in tennis, Federer’s last professional match will be a doubles alongside 22-time major winner Rafael Nadal at the O2 in London. . The duo play Frances Tiafoe and Jack Sock of Team World on September 23.

Watch the video of Federer in conversation with CNBC’s Tania Bryer.


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