Roger Federer makes his feelings clear towards the absence of other Big-4 members at this year’s Laver Cup 

Roger Federer clears his feelings about big-4 not playing the Laver Cup.

Roger Federer makes his feelings clear towards the absence of other Big-4 members at this year’s Laver Cup 

(L) Roger Federer, (Centre) Novak Djokovic, (R) Rafael Nadal (Via NPR, Tennis infinity)

The tennis community had an emotional moment at the 2022 Lavers Cup where the big three Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, and Roger Federer were playing for the same team. This was Federer’s last ever game in professional tennis and his farewell speech made the whole world cry with him. The Big Three were part of Team Europe and had unfortunately lost against Team World. The duo of Federer and Nadal lost to Frances Tiafoe and Jack Sock in three sets.


“It was always going to be hard, especially with my retirement. Rafa being injured, and Novak taking a break, I understood that, obviously, completely. Murray may not come back again, it’s understandable. Look it is what it is, I still think it’s going to be a great weekend.” Said Federer in a recent interview with Laver’s Cup press. Despite the absence of the Big 4, the Swiss maintain a positive mindset and an optimistic outlook. He emphasizes that the Laver’s Cup will continue to be a momentous occasion in the tennis calendar.

The Laver’s Cup may lack the reunion of the Big names but it still promises an exciting event. With Federer’s retirement last year, he had fans wondering about his involvement in the world of tennis. The 20-time grand slam champion has been organizing events. With the likes of youngsters from both sides of the tournament, Federer reassures the world that the upcoming game promises to be a thrilling experience for players and fans alike.

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Federer reveals the difficulties behind scheduling

In a recent interview, Roger Federer discussed the difficulties faced in including all the Big names to play due to their scheduling difference. “The greatest players are still here. Obviously, everybody was asked to play and we want all the best to play, but it wasn’t possible with schedules and all that stuff,” revealed Federer during the interview. He continued by saying that he was a tough guy when it came to schedule and was very rigorous about which tournament to play. 

Roger Federer
Roger Federer (Via Tennis 365)

Nonetheless, the Laver’s Cup comprises Team World and Team Europe. Team World under the leadership of John Mcenroe faces off against Bjorn Borg’s team. Young guns like Frances Tiafoe, Ben Shelton, Andrey Rublev, Caspur Rudd, and the stars of this year. Team world players are all set to defend their title against a formidable team under good leadership.

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