In a doubles competition at the O2 Arena in London, Federer played his final match against a longstanding on-court nemesis, Rafael Nadal.
On Friday, Jack Sock and Frances Tiafoe of Team World defeated the pair known as "Fedel," who were playing for Team Europe, 6-4, 6(2)-7, 9-11. (September 23).
The event was centred around the retiring of one of best tennis servers, hence the outcome was irrelevant. It was a fantastic day for Federer as well.
In his on-court interview, Federer observed, "It's been a great journey." "I would go through with it again."
"We'll find a way to survive this, I think. Look, today has been fantastic. I informed the men that I am content. Not sad at all. Being here is therefore wonderful.
Of course, playing on the same squad as Rafa, having all the guys here, legends like Rocket (Rod Laver), Edberg, and Stefan, thank you.
The match was fantastic, and I'm so glad I made it through. I am beyond content. So far, it's been great.
Last Monday, the 20-time major single champion declared his intention to retire during the 3 Laver Cup. Then, Federer declared that his final match will be the doubles encounter with Nadal.