Real McCoy Posted August 29, 2019 Share Posted August 29, 2019 1 hour ago, I6MTW said: Federer won't quit until his records are safe from Nadal and Djokovic. Though, after the Wim loss, he might be mentally done, in that case he might retire soon. Federer at 38 though, is still the only player capable of going toe to toe with Nadal and Djokovic(two of the best players still today.). Even in his declined game , he still stands a better chance of beating them than the Next Gen and Lost Gen players. His records is not safe from the other two. I think them both will overtake him. I think he is physically done. He is making a lot of unforced errors more often than before. He was making the same in Wim and RG. His reflexes are waning. Losing first sets to a qualifier and a guy ranked 100 should give an idea Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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