“Hope Federer is happy with his decision,” McEnroe hopes.

Roger Federer (40 years; 96e world) will be one of the big absentees at Wimbledon (June 27-July 11), a tournament he has won 8 times. Citing the absence of the Swiss legend, John McEnroe, on ESPN confided, in the comments reported by Reuters: “Twenty years, you have to see the good side of things. You’ve had a lot of time where you’ve had the chance to see these guys play and win many times over. We must therefore hope that, whatever his decision, he will be happy. I am 40 oz. He managed to go too far. Unbelievable. Roger Federer is a living legend. We all soap them. It is the incarnation of what you would expect your child to become when he or she grows up. And it’s the nicest player I’ve ever seen play. I would idolize (Rod) Laver. Ibuhos moi, it’s a bit of a modern Laver. »


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