Roger Federer Makes Very Sad Admission Regarding His Last Wimbledon Match

Roger Federer makes a very sad admission about his last Wimbledon match

Record eight-time Wimbledon champion Roger Federer has revealed that the third set against Hubert Hurkacz was one of the worst moments he had on a tennis court in his career. Federer, 41, made his last and last appearance at Wimbledon last year.

Federer reached the Wimbledon quarterfinals, in which Hurkacz beat him 6-3 7-6(4) 6-0. A month later, Federer underwent his third knee surgery, which finally sealed his fate. “The last set against Hurkacz was one of the worst hours of my career.

I realized that nothing works anymore. It’s over. Disappointment felt like fireworks in my head. I didn’t know how to proceed with this knee,» Federer said, according to Neue Zurcher Zeitung.

Federer: No one really noticed that my knee gave out

After the loss to Hurkacz, Federer wondered how no one noticed that his knee practically gave out during the match.

“At the press conference nobody asked how the knee was. I thought: ‘Hey, am I such a good actor that no one noticed?'» Federer added.

Federer has had three knee surgeries since 2020. Now, Federer reveals that his wife could no longer enjoy her matches as much knowing that she was not in the best of health.

«The last few years were probably even harder for Mirka than for me. She didn’t enjoy watching me play with all the injury problems anymore. I felt sorry for her. So I think it’s actually a relief for her,» Federer revealed.

Furthermore, Federer revealed that the idea of ​​becoming a tennis commentator crossed his mind.

“About six months ago, I suddenly thought: ‘Commenting on tennis, who knows?’ She had always said: ‘Never in life, forget it’. When that came to mind, I thought: Am I completely insane now?» Federer said.

Federer is ready to retire from tennis after this year’s Laver Cup.

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