Roger Federer ruled out of Australian Open as his coach makes retirement claim


    He did however go on to play down any chance of an imminent retirement for the tennis great, adding: “But he wants to compete again and won’t retire all of a sudden.

    “We will be able to see Roger again next year. I don’t know when exactly, but he is undergoing rehabilitation. He is recovering slowly, he is not in a hurry.”

    Federer’s absence from the event is yet another setback for event organisers, who were of course hoping to have had the Swiss star alongside his two long-time rivals Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic, for a reunion of the sport’s ‘big three’.

    Nadal himself also worried fans when rumours began that he was approaching his retirement due to his own injury problems.


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