In an interview with Extra TV, Roger Federer denied he may retire anytime soon. Despite having dealt with several disappointments this year like the Wimbledon final loss to Novak Djokovic and the US Open quarter-final loss to Grigor Dimitrov, the Swiss player would love to lift a big trophy again.
"I feel like I have had a career before the kids and now my girls are 10 and my boys are five so we kept very busy right now. Priority is the family, we travel with them basically everywhere we go. Kids are the best, I love spending time with them.
I still feel like there is some stuff still to be achieved out there so I will keep going as long as I feel that way," said Federer in New York. On how he evolved in fashion, Federer added: "I always got a pack and dress so it matches on the road.
My wife educated me a little bit about fashion, and then I got into it and it really started wearing many more jackets and white jeans. And taking some chances as you go forward. I feel very comfortable now," concluded the 38-year-old who will play the Laver Cup in Geneva.
The former world No. 2 Alex Corretja compared Federer to Lionel Messi and Rafael Nadal to Cristiano Ronaldo: "They are amazing and hard workers. My comparison is because Messi does the easiest things and Cristiano is more about sacrifice, like Nadal. But they are big professionals."