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“I will come to Vancouver next year” – Roger Federer drops major hint about participation in next year’s Laver Cup

An emotional Federer bid adieu to professional Tennis after losing the Laver Cup final.

Roger Federer

20-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer who had said that Laver Cup 2022 would be his last tournament might be seen in action in the next edition as well. An emotional Federer who bid adieu to professional Tennis after losing the Laver Cup final dropped hints about his possible return for next year’s event.

The 41-year-old said that while he has enjoyed the Laver Cup in many different ways, it will be a completely new experience next year in Vancouver where the 2023 edition of the tournament will be hosted.

‘Right now, I am more just looking forward to coming to Vancouver next year (for the 2023 Laver Cup). I went through all different types of Laver Cups so far. I have enjoyed the Laver Cup in many different ways. Next year will be again totally different. I am looking forward to it and I am sure Vancouver is going to be fantastic’, he said during a press conference.

Federer was teamed up with his greatest rival Rafael Nadal and was representing team Europe. Francis Tiafoe denied the ace Tennis star a final win after he helped Team World register their first win over Team Europe in the Laver Cup.

Federer and Nadal went down to team World’s Tiafoe and Jack Sock 4-6, 7-6 (7/2), 11-9 at the O2 arena. After the match, Federer got emotional as he recalled some of the biggest highlights of his career. Upon seeing Federer, Nadal also could not hold back his tears and he was also quite emotional.

In his entire career, Federer enjoyed a great rivalry with Nadal and Djokovic. Against the Spaniard Nadal, he played 40 times where the Swiss tennis player trailed 16-24. Against Djokovic, Federer is trailing 23-27.

Federer has won a total of 103 titles in his career. These include 6 ATP finals titles. 71 Hard Court titles, and 19 Grass Court titles. All of these above are all-time records. Apart from these, Federer has won the Olympic singles silver medal, and Olympic doubles gold medal. He is also a Davis Cup champion.

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