Federer Rules Out Coaching Role…for Now

Federer Rules Out Coaching Role…for Now

Roger Federer recently made his first public appearance since retiring from tennis at Laver Cup. He answered numerous questions about his life as a retired player. As for coaching on tour, he isn’t interested right now but says, ”Never say never.”

“Stefan Edberg said the same, he will never coach, until he got the phone call from me and I invited him for practice,” said Federer. “At the moment, with my four children going to school and everything going on, I don’t see myself coaching at the moment.”

But he has previously said he could consider some commentary and wants to stay involved in the game. That could also include providing guidance for a top junior from his country. ”I’m happy to do that,” he said. Federer also plans to keep playing exhibitions, so it is likely we will see more from him.

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