Murray admits Federer’s Laver Cup farewell has him thinking about own retirement

Murray admits Federer’s Laver Cup farewell has him thinking about own retirement

ANDY MURRAY says Roger Federer’s finale on Friday has made him think about his own retirement plans — and how to go out on a high.

More than 24 years after he made his debut, Swiss maestro Fed signs off by partnering his great rival Rafa Nadal in the Laver Cup doubles.

Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer take selfie together on their way to the Laver Cup Gala
Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer take selfie together on their way to the Laver Cup Gala Credit: Instagram / @rogerfederer
The tennis greats are reunited for one last tournament before icon Federer's retirement
The tennis greats are reunited for one last tournament before icon Federer’s retirement Credit: Getty

There will be a packed house at The O2 in London as they face US duo Frances Tiafoe and Jack Sock.

Federer’s Team Europe team-mate Murray, 35, has fought on despite hip surgery in 2019.

But he said: “As you get older as athletes, and with some of the physical issues, you do think about if or when should you stop, when is the right moment and how would you like it to be.

“It’s impossible to know. But this, to me, it feels right.

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