Roger Federer farewell Conference Live Updates: Having announced that the upcoming Laver Cup will be his last event at the ATP tour, Roger Federer will be addressing a press conference in London ahead of the competition that begins on Friday, September 23. Federer took to his social media to share a letter and his audio calling it quits to a professional career that lasted across four decades.
On Tuesday, Federer joined his Team Europe teammate Stefanos Tsitsipas for a training session on the court and was later also accompanied by 11-time grand slam winner and the Team Europe captain, Bjorn Borg.
Powered by the big four of Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray, Team Europe are the favorites ahead of the competition. And with the tributes pouring in since last week’s announcement, all the eyes, from players to the fans, will be on Federer.
Last week on his social media, Federer announced his retirement stating that he had played more than 1,500 matches over his 24 year playing career and that his body’s message to him was clear.
Throughout his career, Federer won six Australian Open, five US Open, eight Wimbledon and one French Open title.