Roger Federer He has been inactive for five months now and is still recovering his right knee, which was operated on for the third time. While it is speculated that he will be back for the Australian Open 2022, it is still not sure when he will return to compete. And preparing his return, the 40-year-old Swiss spoke about various topics, among them, his retirement and his legacy.
“I wish I could choose the moment myself. I’m sure I’ll know when that moment comes. I’m not afraid of the time after my professional career. It will be a smooth transition. Mirka and I handle the balance of life between the tennis, family and friends, that’s what makes me almost proud “ expressed the current number 16 of the world ranking to the Swiss media Ringier.
In addition, he expressed how he would like to be remembered in tennis: “I hope to be remembered as a good, cool and good casual tennis player. And as a person, I hope I have been able to set an example that even if you are successful, you can treat people with decency, attitude and fairness.”