Roger Federer To Retire Post Laver Cup: ‘I Know My Body’s Capacities, Limits'

The eminent athlete declared that he will still play tennis but not in grand slams or circuits.

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The legendary tennis player Roger Federer revealed on Thursday, September 15, that he will stop competing after the Laver Cup, which will take place in the final week of September.

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In a moving retirement speech, Federer acknowledged his wife, kids, parents, team, and sponsors. Additionally, he thanked his rivals. He stated:

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Federer, who has won 20 grand slams, said that his previous 24 years on the circuit had been "an unbelievable trip... I've had the incredible good fortune to perform in front of you in more than 40 different nations.

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When Roger Federer won the Wimbledon championship in 2003, it was his first grand slam victory. 

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Since then, he has won six Australian Opens, one French Open, eight Wimbledons, and five US Opens. The past several years have seen him deal with a knee problem.

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