c994d02922b4f232d0dcff70499775a7084fa52a Roger Federer announces his definitive retirement
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Roger Federer announces his definitive retirement

Roger Federer announces his definitive retirement from tennis at the age of 41.

And the day has come. Roger Federer enunciated his retirement from tennis at 41, leaving an extraordinary legacy, epic moments for the supporters and, most importantly, the extraordinary inquiry that many as of now have the response to, classifying him as the best in history in this movement.

A day will be set apart by fire throughout the entire existence of tennis lovers. Today, September 15, 2022, Roger Federer declared that he is retiring from activity.

Something that, beyond a shadow of a doubt, hits the lovers of Tennis who have laid out the Swiss as the best ever, notwithstanding a timeless battle, particularly with the Spanish Rafael Nadal and the Serbian, Novak Djokovic.

An irritating injury to the menisci of his right knee, which even took him to the operating room, never permitted him to return as he would have loved. Additionally, he personally remarked that to compete in the Laver Cup and the ATP Basel in his country, he had to be competitive. And it will be in the tournament that will be played in London, which will mark his definitive departure from the courts next week and that will take place from September 23 to 25.

"I am 41 years old and I must admit that it is time to end my career", were the words that the Swiss published on his social networks through a video in which Federer appears in the announcement announcing the news and thanking everyone who accompanied him in these years.

Roger Federer or His Majesty as he is known by many, leaves tennis with 111 titles won and 20 Grand Slams. In addition, with the mark of 310 weeks as number one in the ATP ranking and with the largest consecutive number, 237. The King is leaving.

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