Roger Federer announced that he would retire from professional tennis due to health problems following a knee injury. However, in his announcement, he said he would play for the last time in the Laver Cup which starts on September 23rd.

The tennis player confirmed that he will not play any individual matches so as not to put more pressure on his body than necessary. He will only play doubles matches and said that he would like to play with Rafael Nadal, whom he considers his friend despite being rivals on the tennis court.

On the other hand, he also talked about his retirement in London, a city that supported his career as a tennis player from his first day as a professional. Federer retires with an impressive record of 1,251 wins and just 275 losses, winning 20 Grand Slam titles and 103 titles in his entire career.