Tennis News: Andy Murray, a legendary player in tennis, stated that he has not yet made up his mind to retire, but he will not wind up his career like 20-time Grand Slam victor Roger Federer. The emotional scenes that marked Roger Federer’s retirement from international competition this week at the Laver Cup, according to Britain’s Murray, were “very special.”
Murray was cited by Skysports as saying, “I certainly won’t and don’t deserve to have a send-off like that.” Despite losing both the match and the Laver Cup, 20-time Grand Slam winner Federer found the event to be a meaningful send-off.
Murray stated: “It was extremely cool to see all of those males on the courtside sidelines, watching. Roger deserved that evening so much.”
Last Friday, Federer competed in his last men’s doubles match with longtime friend and adversary Rafael Nadal.
Last week on Twitter, the renowned Swiss athlete announced his retirement in a letter.
Throughout his extraordinary career, he has amassed 1,251 victories, including 103 ATP singles titles. Federer has won 20 Grand Slam tournaments overall, including an unparalleled eight Wimbledon men’s singles titles.
During the illustrious career of , he ruled the ATP Rankings for 310 weeks.
“I won’t be playing in a farewell game. I would definitely make an announcement when I play my final event, but I’m not sure when that will be “He said.
The British athlete wants to put his prior injury behind him and return to competition.