After the Laver Cup, Roger Federer answers frankly when asked if he is completely retired.

Roger Federer, a 20-time Grand Slam winner, has said that he is finished playing tennis and won’t be pulling a Tom Brady. After this week’s Laver Cup in London, Federer, 41, declared his intention to end his career as a professional tennis player.

After the 2021 season, Brady, 45, stepped down from the NFL, only to return 40 days later. Federer was questioned about the possibility of him pulling a Brady at one point. According to Eurosport, Federer remarked on the American morning television program Today, “No, no. I am certainly done.

I’m aware of that, you know. Last week, Serena Williams said that Tom Brady “created a great trend” rather than ruling out a comeback to tennis.

On The Tonight Show, Williams stated, “That’s what I want to convey.

Federer retires from tennis following three knee operations

Federer, who has undergone three knee operations over the past two and a half years, intended to make one last comeback to tennis this season, but his knee didn’t develop as he had hoped.

As many of you are aware, I have faced difficulties over the past three years as a result of injuries and operations. I’ve put a lot of effort into getting back to my best for competition. The message my body has been sending me lately is clear, but I am also aware of its potential and limitations.

In my 41st year. In the past 24 years, I have participated in almost 1500 matches. Tennis has been more generous to me than I could have ever imagined, but now I have to decide whether to call it quits on my competitive career. My last ATP competition will be the Laver Cup in London the following week. Of course, I’ll continue to play tennis in the future, just not at Grand Slam events or on the professional circuit.