Roger Federer opens up retirement questions after the loss in the Australian Open.
After the exit from the Australian Open S-Finals against Novak Djokovic,
and the injury He faced during his match against Tennys Sandgren in the Q-Finals.
Roger Federer opened the retirement question before the journalists ask him about it again.Roger Federer closes Retirement questions Embed from Getty Images
Roger Federer mentioned that He had no plans to retire and He’s still confident.
“If I had not seen myself with chances of winning, I would not have appeared on the court against Djokovic.”
“If I will return to the tournament? I do not know because of my age. I am happy and I have no retirement plans.”
“Yes, I will see how it goes this year with the family and I will decide. I hope to return”
“You never know what the future holds, but especially my age, you don’t know,”
“I’m confident. I’m happy how I’m feeling, to be honest. I got through a good, nice training block. No plans to retire.“
“From that standpoint, we’ll see how the year goes, how everything is with the family. We’ll go from there. Of course, I hope to be back.”
Moreover, Roger Federer will play an exhibition match for Africa alongside Rafael Nadal,
the match will know a record-breaking with the most attendance in Tennis match in history.
The number is 50,000 fans in Cape Town, the tickets were sold immediately and everybody is excited about the match.
The match will be played this Friday the 7th of February in Cape Town, South Africa.