Roger Federer: 'If my family is not happy, it's time to call it a day'

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Roger Federer: 'If my family is not happy, it's time to call it a day'

Roger Federer spoke about the importance of his family. The Swiss player, talking to Adam Scott of Uniqlo, said: "We make sure we keep it all in check for the kids, that they have the best time, that my wife is happy on the road because I feel that if they are not, it's time to call it a day and that's okay.

It's a good challenge to really enjoy, I'd like to be fully engaged I know how much of a difference it makes when you step on the court and then maybe that's why you are also happy right now because you have it all aligned, stars come together, success is just around the corner, you can feel it coming, that's super important."

Scott said: "It's always just trying to find a balance, everything is changing all the time, the way I am playing, the way I am feeling, then away from the golf course everything is changing, something is happening and trying to keep those scales in balance so I feel like I can go out and perform my best.

It's a constant challenge to do that but in saying that, I find it all so much fun, really. At times it felt like a big weight on my shoulders but certainly I think the last year or so for me has definitely been lifted off, go through these ups of the phases and the challenge at the moment is to keep the scales in balance and I certainly feel like I am smiling a lot more when they are and that's a nice way to be great."