Andy Murray on Roger Federer's retirement: "I got moved"



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Andy Murray on Roger Federer's retirement: "I got moved"

Andy Murray had a mixed season and ended 2022 at the Masters 1000 in Paris-Bercy, where he lost his debut to Gilles Simon. The former world number one played two finals on the ATP tour, but failed to secure his 47th ATP title.

To stop his pursuit, Aslan Karatsev in Sydney and Matteo Berrettini in Stuttgart took care of it. The Scotsman will try to be more consistent in 2023. “My wife is the kindest person: she allowed me to keep playing. The end of the tennis season opens up a profound period of reflection for me.

I can also spend more time with my family. That's the most important thing, because I miss them a lot when I'm out on the Tour, ”Murray said in an exclusive interview with Hello Magazine. Andy Murray on Roger Federer's retirement: "I got moved" The three-time Grand Slam champion played in the Laver Cup and attended Roger Federer's farewell.

A memory he will never forget. Murray explained: "He was fantastic and quite emotional. I really enjoyed playing the Laver Cup: it was the first time for me and being present at Federer's last game was special. Fab 4? We made fun of each other, there were a lot of jokes.

I went for dinner with Roger and Bjorn Borg one night and it was a great experience, even though Bjorn spent most of the time making fun of me. We have trained many times together." Federer played his last official doubles match with Rafael Nadal.

The two unfortunately lost to Jack Sock and Frances Tiafoe in a hard-fought match. No one will ever forget the image of Federer and Nadal hand in hand at the end of the dispute. Both could not hold back the tears and thrilled the whole tennis world.

"I don't feel sad, I'm happy to be here with everyone. I haven't felt the stress, I've enjoyed all my last times," said Federer said.