The best tennis player ever, Roger Federer, has declared his retirement. The world’s greatest tennis player has quit the tennis tour. Roger Federer informed his followers via Twitter that he was retiring. Roger Federer has won 20 Grand Slam. Through this post, Roger Federer’s supporters have also been informed of his last match.
His final game will be this one.
Roger Federer’s final ATP competition will be the Laver Cup in London next week. At 41, Federer said he feels it is time to retire and thanks the supporters and competitors who have supported him during his career. From September 23 to 25, London will host Laver Cup matches. In 24 years, I have taken part in over 1500 matches. Tennis has been kinder to me than I might have at any point envisioned. And now, I have to decide when to call it quits on my career as a competitive athlete.
Federer battled injuries all the time.
The last time Roger Federer competed was at the 2021 French Open. That Roger Federer has been dealing with injuries for the past three years may have had a lot to do with his decision to retire. After winning his first Grand Slam in 2003, Federer won six Australian Open, one French Open, eight Wimbledons, and five US Open. At the Australian Open in 2018, Federer captured his final Grand Slam victory.
“It’s not the boss’s partial obligation, it’s his complete responsibility,” said Sampaoli, who oversaw Argentina’s worst group-stage loss since 1958, which allowed Croatia to advance to the round of 16.
Argentina crumbled in the second half in front of a sizable and growingly sceptical crowd at the Nizhny Novgorod Stadium after goalkeeper Willy Caballero botched a clearance and Ante Rebic scored Croatia’s opening goal.
During his post-game news conference, Sampaoli said, appearing perplexed, “It’s not right to blame Caballero.”
“Things would have turned out differently if I’d arranged things differently… I genuinely believed that the opponent would be under pressure during this match. But it was difficult after the calamity of the first goal.