Wimbledon 2021: Former world number one tennis player Roger Federer’s journey in Wimbledon 2021 has come to an end. After the quarter-final match played on Wednesday, many things are coming out about the future of Roger Federer. Roger Federer has also said that he does not know whether he will be seen playing in this tournament next year or not.
Roger Federer, who won the Wimbledon title eight times, was usually greeted by the audience standing at the All England Club. Federer was defeated 6-3, 7-6, 6-0 by Hubert Hurkaz of Poland, seeded 14th. Federer’s departure for the 22nd time in the tournament ended in a surprising one-sided defeat.
This was not the Federer that tennis lovers around the world are used to seeing. He has played only eight matches since the knee operation last year. Just a month later, Federer, who was going to celebrate his 40th birthday, did not get the strokes from the racket that made him a Grand Slam champion 20 times. Asked if this was his last match here, Federer said, “Don’t know. I really do not know. I have to introspect.”
Roger Federer is not retiring
Roger Federer, however, is not going to retire from tennis. Roger Federer hopes to continue playing tennis for now. Roger Federer said, “Not yet. Hopefully not now. The goal is to play now.
In his 429 Grand Slam match, Federer lost a set 6-0 for the third time. Earlier this happened in the French Open both times. Federer said, “The last few matches were not as expected. I am not used to this kind of situation. Not here at all.”
Hurkaz, who considers Federer as his role model, said that he had not imagined this outcome. However, Hukraj has managed to reach the semi-finals of a Grand Slam for the first time.
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