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Old 10-19-2012, 10:14 AM   #27
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Originally Posted by sunof tennis View Post
He is number one in the world, won Wimbledon, and still in good health with a love of playing the games, why would he retire?
He knows he can't beat Nadal at a slam. He knows Murray is slowly gaining the upper hand over him too. What is there to look forward to? Same as when Sampras retired just after winning the US Open. I think Federer probably considered retiring just after winning Wimbledon this year and would have if there was no Olympics immediately after. He missed his chance at the perfect retirement, after Murray slaughtered him at the Olympics.

But really I was only going by this thread: "Wording of Federers Facebook post suggest retirement?"
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