London, Agency. Swiss tennis star Roger Federer showed no sadness on his face when he appeared to talk to reporters on Wednesday ahead of the Laver Cup, the last competitive tournament of his career. He looked comfortable when he came to answer questions related to his retirement. Federer will end his career with a doubles match at the Laver Cup on Friday in which his teammate could be his long-time rival Rafael Nadal. Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray, who were the main rivals in Federer’s career, will also take part.

Federer said he is feeling “at peace” after the decision to retire and wants his departure from tennis to be a celebration. He said, ‘I don’t want to make it sad. I really want to be happy and want the ‘party’ atmosphere to prevail. Federer answered questions for about half an hour. He said, ‘I am a little ‘nervous’ about playing because I haven’t played for so long. I hope I can be a little competitive. After undergoing multiple knee surgeries, Federer announced on the internet last week that he would retire after the Laver Cup. The Laver Cup is organized by their management team which will start from Friday. This will be the fifth stage in which Team Europe will face Team World.

Federer said, ‘I just wanted to tell the fans that I will not be a tennis ghost. It’s funny, I talked about Bj√∂rn Borg, he didn’t return to Wimbledon for 25 years and that hurts every fan.” Federer was talking about Borg who took up tennis at the age of 26. had left. He continued, ‘But I don’t think I will be that man. I think tennis has given me a lot. I’ve been around the game for a very long time. Fell in love with many things. you will see me again In which role, I do not know. Still have to think about it a bit.

Edited By: Sanjay Savern