Swiss maestro Roger Federer has revealed that Wimbledon, where he won his first Grand Slam title, could be the ideal place for a farewell tournament when he decides to call time on his illustrious career.
Federer’s comments arrive at a time when the tennis world is celebrating the achievements of his long-time rival Andy Murray, who said next week’s Australian Open could his last as he struggles to recover from a hip injury.
Two-time Australian Open defending champion Federer said he does not have a “fairytale ending” to his own career in mind but he would like to leave the court in good health.
“I have a lot of places that are very special to me, thankfully,” Federer told CNN. “I’ve been very fortunate. But yeah, sure, like a Wimbledon stands out as maybe a place.
“I don’t have the fairytale ending in my head saying it has to be another title somewhere and then I have to announce it big, I don’t have to have it that way.”
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