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Roger Federer announces he will retire from tennis at the age of 41 



Roger Federer announces he will retire from tennis at the age of 41 after undergoing three knee surgeries… with the 20-time Grand Slam champion’s final competitive event to be at next week’s Laver Cup in London

Tennis legend Roger Federer has announced he will retire from the sport at the age of 41.

Federer has confirmed the last tournament of his illustrious career will be the Laver Cup in London, scheduled to be held next week.

The Swiss maestro retires having won a total of 20 Grand Slams.

More to follow. 



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