Mexico City /
The Swiss Roger Federer said goodbye to his professional career with a defeat against the Americans Jack Sock and Frances Tiafoe (4-6, 7-6 (2) and 11-9), together with the Spanish Rafael Nadal and in the tournament he created, the Washer Cup.
Federer put an end to a 24-year career, leaving behind 20 Grand Slam titles, 103 tournament wins, 310 weeks as a number and one of the most elegant and colorful game styles in history.
Federer, accompanied by his family and escorted by his friend Nadal, put the finishing touch to his sporting career in the city where he was crowned with eight Wimbledons, more than any other man in history.
The defeat of the ‘Fedal’ couple leaves Europe tied at two after the dispute on the first day of competition in the Laver Cup.
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