Wimbledon: Roger Federer apparently before returning as a TV expert – Swiss superstar is negotiating with two broadcasters

Roger Federer doesn’t want to know anything about retirement.

Although he celebrated his farewell to his active tennis career last year in tears, he had already expressed his interest in working as a co-commentator or expert when he retired in the fall.

Now the British newspaper “The Telegraph” reports that negotiations between the television station “BBC” and Federer are well advanced.

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According to the report, a cooperation between “BBC” and the American broadcaster “ESPN” is planned. On one day he is to comment on a selected game for “BBC” and analyze another for “ESPN” in the studio.

The following day, his roles would then switch between channels. However, he should not be active every day in order to be able to take breaks.

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