Roger Federer Posts Retirement-Like Words, Fans “Almost Had A Heart Attack”

Roger Federer posts retirement words, fans ‘almost had a heart attack’

Roger Federer scared his fans with his most recent social media post, which at first glance seemed like a retirement announcement. The video, however, was not a retirement announcement but rather a promotional video for his new line of On Running lifestyle shoes.

“When I started as a ball boy, I learned that genius is not replicable. However, inspiration is contagious. Tennis is a game of inches but it took me miles away. It is a way of being on and off the pitch. I learned that you can never be bigger than the game.

But you can always make the game as big as your dreams,” says Roger Federer in the video.

However, the video still provoked outstanding reactions from fans of the Swiss maestro.

«I almost had a heart attack. I thought this was a retirement post,» a fan commented on Federer’s Instagram. “We better buy them to prevent it from being withdrawn! I almost had a heart attack,” said another fan.

When will Federer retire, according to him?

Federer spoke several times in the past about his retirement moment. «For me, the perfect retirement does not exist! Of course, I want to choose the moment of my retirement and I am convinced that I will know when the time is right.

I am not afraid of life after tennis; It will be a transition to a more relaxed life. Mirka and I have always found a perfect balance between tennis, family and friends. That’s what I’m most proud of in my whole career because those are the most important things in life,» Roger Federer said in 2021.

“I don’t think retirement should be so perfect, that you have to earn something huge… and you’re like, ‘OK. I did it all. It can be completed in another way, as long as you enjoy it, and that’s what matters to you.

I don’t think people remember the last John McEnroe and Stefan Edberg games; nobody knows that. They remember that they won Wimbledon and other big tournaments and conquered the ATP throne,» said Roger Federer.

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