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Federer: ‘I would still be happy if I retire now’
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Federer: ‘I would still be happy if I retire now’

"I hope I can return to the field by 2021," said Roger Federer, named as Switzerland's Best Sports Athlete for 70 years. "We still have to wait and see how things work out. But if my career ends here, I still feel great winning this award." This is the first time Federer has mentioned retiring, after 11 months off playing to treat a knee injury. Earlier, when responding to the Swiss news agency SRF, the 39-year-old also hinted about the difficulty of attending the 2021 Australian Open. , Federer admitted. "I think it's going to be difficult to play in the Australian Open. Me and my team have a clear plan for it. Only when we are sure of everything, will it be possible to return to the game. Players for the Australian Open must be present in the country of kangaroos between Janua...
Not Medvedev, who is the biggest threat of “Big 3” tennis?
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Not Medvedev, who is the biggest threat of “Big 3” tennis?

"Old bamboo shoots grow" is the natural law of nature, but this seems to take place very slowly with the world men's tennis singles over the past decade. "Big 3" tennis includes Federer, Nadal, Djokovic has won many big and small tennis titles since more than 10 years ago and now they are still the top contenders. On the tennis chart, the three players mentioned above are also occupying the top 5 positions. After the ATP Finals 2020, many people will choose Daniil Medvedev who will threaten the achievements and rankings of the "Big 3". But Alex Antonitsch, the former Austrian legend, chose Dominic Thiem. The 54-year-old former player chose Thiem because they simply hold Austrian nationality. Antonitsch has a remarkable reason according to his analysis. "Everyone has such respect...