The former first racket of a world rating Swiss tennis player Roger Federer said that while not thinking about retirement and intends to play for another two or three years.
In July, the 35-year-old Federer said he will skip the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro and the rest of the season due to rehabilitation after knee surgery. Besides the Olympics, Federer missed the U.S. Open and the final of the ATP tournament.
For the first time in 2017 Federer will be on court within the Cup of Chapman, which will be held in Perth, Australia January 1-7.
“Only when you ask me, I’m starting to think about it. I don’t think this will be my last trip to Australia. I missed these months and now intends to play for another two or three years. I think about the long term,” said Federer.
Federer is the winner of 17 titles in Grand slam tournaments in singles.