Roger Federer Retirement: Tennis King Roger Federer Announces Retirement

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Roger Federer Announce Retirement : The uncrowned king of the tennis world, the great Swedish player Roger Federer has announced his retirement from tennis. He has announced his retirement today with his Twitter handle. Roger Federer, who has won 20 Grand Slams, was struggling with injury for the last few years. Due to this he had to undergo surgery several times.

Roger was unable to show his old flair on the court for the last few years due to his injury and surgery. Meanwhile, Roger has announced his retirement. Roger retired and said that the Laver Cup at the ATP event in London would be his last tournament.

Federer announces retirement

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20-time Grand Slam winner Swedish great Roger Federer has written a special note from his Twitter account announcing his retirement, thanking the fans who supported him in his long tennis career of 24 years. At the same time, he also thanked his wife Mirka.

Federer wrote in his note that you all know that in the last three years, I have faced many challenges in my life in the form of injuries and surgeries. I tried my best to get back on the court again. But I also know the limits of my body.

I am 41 years old. I have participated in more than 1500 matches in my career spanning 24 years. Tennis has given me more than my dreams. But now the time has come for me to retire from tennis. The Laver Cup in London from next week will be the final ATP event of my career. I will definitely play tennis in the future but not in the Grand Slam or ATP Tour.

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