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Federer open to commentary career after announcing retirement from tennis


Roger Federer opens the door to TV work in retirement… with the Swiss legend admitting he ‘can’t believe I’m even saying that’ after revealing he had never considered a career in commentary until six months ago

  • Roger Federer says he would be open to doing TV work in the future 
  • The 41-year-old will play his final match at the Laver Cup in London on Friday
  • He wants to stay involved in the game after ending his playing career

Roger Federer has stated that he would be open to doing TV work at Wimbledon and elsewhere after the sun sets on his illustrious…



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