Roger Federer just has one London tennis match scheduled.
The great player will reportedly not be able to compete in the singles competition at the Laver Cup, as reported by the Swiss press. He can’t help but fantasize about performing a double curtain drop with Rafael Nadal.
Within the context of the fifth Laver Cup, there is a great deal of mystery about the part that Roger Federer will play on the European side that will be captained by Bjorn Borg, as opposed to the creation of the squad that will be captained by John McEnroe for the rest of the globe (from 23 to 25 May, in London).
“I’m shocked at how well I was able to strike the ball! However, I won’t be able to compete in singles matches. This was already very obvious before anything even happened. Because of this, it has been some time since it was certain that I would not be able to play in Basel (from October 24 to 30). “I think the way the Laver Cup works, the only time I’ll be relevant is on Friday night,” he says in an announcement published in Le Matin.
“According to RTS, the legendary Swiss player stated that “maybe I could play doubles with Rafa, and that would be an absolute dream.”
A brilliant career that began in 1998 and was illuminated by 103 titles, including 20 Grand Slams, is likely to come to an end for the former world No. 1 (41), who is about to retire.