Roger Federer spoke about the new Davis Cup format. The Swiss said multiple times his career in the team competition has probably ended. Speaking to La Tercera, Federer commented: "I think we should give it a chance, see how it goes.
I am very grateful with the Davis Cup, of what it meant to my career, I learned a lot playing Davis Cup matches when I was younger. Of course now I think it's a bit different: everything over a week, many teams in just one place.
We have to wait and see how the week goes and also see what happens in the future with the ATP Cup that will happen in January and is a similar event. I really hope Davis Cup works in its new format, I know they are doing their best to make it work and have success.
I have not seen anything because I am very busy, I heard a bit about what's happening. Davis Cup is a historical event and we have to make sure it stays there for much more time." What kind of music does he listen at? "I grew with techno.
Trance, when I was younger. Music of the 80s; pop music, like Backstreet Boys, Britney Spears and also Roxette. Rock, because my coach loved AC Dc and Metallica. And now I am more for the 80s, pop and also something calmer. I like listening at music."