Roger Federer’s final match will see him partner with former rival Rafael Nadal to face Eric Sock and Frances Tiafoe in the Laver Cup this evening at 8:30pm (UK time).
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Having faced each other 40 times during their careers, including 24 finals, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal will finally team up as they represent Team Europe against Eric Sock and Frances Tiafoe (Team World’s) in a doubles match in what will be the final match in the Lavers Cup at the O2 this evening.
It’s something that 20-time Grand Slam winner Roger Federer has been looking forward to, even if he has been struggling with a knee injury.
“I’m not sure if I can handle it all but I’ll try,” said Federer.
“I have had some tougher moments as well in the past, being horribly nervous all these years sometimes before matches. This one definitely feels a whole lot different. Of course, it’s super special playing with Rafa. I’m happy to have him on my team and not playing against him.”
Nadal got the better of the Swiss throughout the years, winning 60% of their two matches together, but was full of praise for his one time rival now friend.
“One of the most important, if not the most important player in my tennis career is leaving,” the Spaniard said.
“At the end, this moment will be difficult. I’m super-excited and grateful to play with him.”
Federer has not played a singles match since losing in the Wimbledon quarter-finals to Hubert Hurkacz, having recently calling an end on his phenomenal career at the age of 41. This will be his final goodbye to the sport as he bows out alongside his fiercest rival.