Roger Federer will undoubtedly play exhibition matches due to…, according to the best coach.

In l’Équipe, Richard Gasquet says, “Federer is tennis. There were no longer many uncertainties. With that knee it was no longer feasible to continue. Tennis pauses to say farewell to Roger Federer.

Richard Gaquet explained the withdrawal of Roger Federer to l’Équipe in the following manner: “It is a tremendous blow, it is a legend of the game, it is not easy for anyone, it is a great setback for tennis. From now on it will be different. Nothing will be the same without Federer.

The 1986 class, ranked seventh in the world in 2007, competed against Roger Federer in 21 matches, winning just twice. The first occurred in the 2005 Monte Carlo quarterfinals. Six years later, in the round of 16, in Rome. Gasquet may sum up his knowledge of the Swiss legend by saying: “With his charisma, his technique.

When you see Roger Federer on television, it’s impossible to look away because of the emotion that emanates from his eyes, the technique, the grace, the one-handed backhand, the forehand, and the ease with which he performs each of his motions.

The comparison for Gasquet is more of a history of losses: Mentecarlo in 2005, an incredible match with an absurd match point. When you see him, you wonder how he got to that point. “A strong declaration of love:” Federer is tennis. Nadal, Djokovic are also extraordinary, but they are not the same. It was great to see this guy play.”

King Roger made a challenging choice.

Ivan Ljubicic previously stated that Roger Federer‘s loss to Novak Djokovic in the 2019 Wimbledon final was very tough to accept, but this time, the Croatian coach made some puzzling comments about his player’s impending retirement in an interview with a Croatian newspaper.

He said that the Swiss player wasn’t operating at full capacity at this year’s London Grand Slam. “I wanted to help him win another Grand Slam title, and he won three, so I’m happy with that part of my coaching career,” he said.

It’s unfortunate that he hasn’t been able to perform at his best lately because of health issues. When he failed to convert two match points against Novak in the Wimbledon final in 2019, he was similarly out of form. He exercised moderately, using only 60 to 70 percent of his potential.

It makes sense that he has to take a break because his body has made such progress. We have never had and never will have any issues. We had been pals and still do. And we’ll probably keep working together on certain topics. He will undoubtedly participate in more exhibition matches since he cannot imagine his life without tennis.