Roger Federer admits he is looking forward to watching his ‘Big Four’ rivals from the sofa or bed as he prepares to say farewell to competitive tennis at the 2022 Laver Cup.
The Swiss maestro will bow out after one final dance in the doubles alongside Rafael Nadal for Team Europe on Friday night. Ad Federer sat down with Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray shortly before the tournament got underway, revealing he was “happy to go first” out of the quartet.
Laver CupLaver Cup 2022: How to watch, schedule, start times and live stream detailsAN HOUR AGO “I am happy they are going to have more battles,” Federer told Eurosport. “I’m going to be watching from the couch or the bed, wherever, so it’s going to feel good. “I’m happy to go first because I am the oldest of the bunch.
I tried long and hard to come back for the last few years and this is the right moment to go out.” Federer and his co-stars have been snapped enjoying themselves around London and the 41-year-old says their time together has been “incredibly special”. “Tennis has meant and will still mean the world to me,” Federer added. “Tennis is in good hands, the boys are still here, a lot of new players are coming up.Read more on eurosport.com