When and where will Roger” federer> retire from tennis? The former world No. 4 Tim Henman tried to give an answer to this question during Wimbledon. The Brit, who faced Federer multiple times during the beginning of Roger’s career, said: “I think he will play until the end of 2021.
I think he’ll have a solid year – he’s going to have a good year this year whatever, I mean he’s been playing well. He’s going to have a good year next year, it’s the Olympics, and then things will start to get a little bit tricky.”
During the match between Djokovic and Federer in Wimbledon, former Novak’s coach Boris Becker said: “After so many matches against each other, Djokovic still is not reading Federer’s serve well. He’s mostly guessing.
[I know] Because he’s asking me all the time,” laughed the tennis legend. You can tell [with] how the service games of Roger go. They go pretty quickly, there’s not much of return at the moment”. Analyzing his loss to Djokovic, Federer said: “I hope I give some other people a chance to believe around the world.
I gave it all I had and I can still stand. I hope the same can be said for all the other 37 year olds. It was a great match! It was long and had everything. I had my chances, but so did he. I have to be happy with my performance. But Novak congratulations, that was crazy.”