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Swiss maestro, lost on straight sets to Hubert Hurkacz for first time since 2002

Roger Federer, popularly referred to as the Swiss maestro, lost on straight sets, 6-3, 7-6, 6-0 for the first time since 2002, in wimbledon to Hubert Hurkacz.

Roger Federer,Roger Federer and Hubert Hurkacz at the net after the match. CREDIT: GETTY IMAGES


After the match, Federer was asked if there was any possibility that he might walk away from the sport, Federer said: “I just got to talk to the team, take my time, not feel rushed by you guys (media) or anybody else.” “I got to… take the right decision, the one decision I want to take and where I feel most comfortable.” “But no,” he added, “I hope that's not going to happen. The goal is to play, of course.”

Fans of the Swiss maestro still wish he continues and prays he plays in the olympics, but honestly, Roger Federer should begin to think about quitting the sports after going through two knee surgeries last year and just playing less than 15 matches since then. He has nothing else to prove to us, because he truly is a Maestro of the game. popularly referred to as the Swiss maestro, lost on straight sets, 6-3, 7-6, 6-0 for the first time since 2002, in wimbledon to Hubert Hurkacz.

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