My retirement depends on my health: Roger Federer
Federer, who ended the year behind Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic in the world rankings, said he cannot predict when he will stop playing.
“My retirement will depend on my health. At the moment I do not see any reason to retire,” the former world number 1 told reporters ahead of his exhibition matches in South America.
“I did not think I would play beyond 35, 36 years and here I am. I am doing well physically. I cannot predict when it will be time to stop,” he said adding,
“I think in 2009 I questioned it for the first time. (It has been) 10 years and here I am. I’m exactly where I wanted to be at this age.”
Federer has claimed 20 grand slam titles and won his last Grand Slam in January 2018.