Casper Ruud on Roger Federer’s Enjoyable and Jovial Atmosphere during 2022 Laver Cup Farewell

Casper Ruud reveals Roger Federer was in good spirits and ‘joking all the time’ in his 2022 Laver Cup farewell. Roger Federer, one of the greatest and most beloved players in tennis history, retired after teaming up with Rafael Nadal for a doubles match at the Laver Cup last September.

At the end of the game, Federer got very emotional and Nadal followed. But beyond this emotional and somewhat sad scene, Federer kept it laid back and made sure everyone could enjoy themselves during the event.

Last year at the Laver Cup I spent one of the most enjoyable weeks of my life with four great champions, legends to me, Roger, Rafa, Novak and Andy.

They all had a very good relationship, very fun, and they joked all the time. Roger was in a very good mood, although the last game and the post-game were, of course, very sad.

But during, before and after, he kept joking. It was very fun. So I think he’s one of those fun people, that’s for sure,” Ruud said, according to Sportskeeda.

Ruud had the honor of participating in Federer’s farewell.

Ruud, 24, had the best season of his career in 2022. Last year, the Norwegian reached his first two Grand Slam finals and moved up to a career-best second in the world.

Ruud, now world number 4, admits it’s nice to see people taking selfies with him and kids asking him to sign autographs. “I think being recognized and getting attention is nice in a way.

It changes your daily routine and your life a bit because, you know, in some cases, if you go somewhere, in public or especially here in a Grand Slam tournament or in tournaments, normally before I finish training , I would just go into the locker room and freshen up or whatever, but here I kind of have to spend 10 to 15 minutes with fans who want autographs and pictures and everything,” Ruud said.

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2023-06-02 22:01:44
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