Andy Roddick anticipates Roger Federer's final career days documentary

Saturday, 18 May 2024 at 05:00
Former World No.1 Andy Roddick is one of many looking forward to "Federer: Twelve Final Days", the latest documentary special of Swiss tennis star Roger Federer. Tennis fans worldwide have been anticipating the new project, which will take a look at the final days of Federer's career.
The 20-time Grand Slam champion retired in 2022, with the Laver Cup being his last professional appearance. After battling with knee injuries that saw him sidelined for some of his last seasons on tour, the former World No.1 decided to hang up his racket at the 02 Arena, which played host to the 2022 edition of the Laver Cup.
Federer teamed with rival Rafael Nadal to take on Team World member's Jack Sock and Francis Tiafoe. Although the duo lost the match, they were cheered on by the likes of Novak Djokovic, Stefanos Tsitsipas and other tennis stars who came to bid farewell to the Swiss tennis legend.
In a recent interview with The Tennis Channel, Roddick was asked whether he had seen the trailer for the upcoming documentary, which chronicles the final days of Federer as he prepared for the Laver Cup. Roddick admitted to not having seen it yet, but was eagerly awaiting the documentary's Netflix release on June 20th, 2024.
"I haven't," replied the 2003 US Open champion. "I have watched some clips and I have seen that this was coming. I am excited to watch it. You know, I have seen Roger behind the scenes and he is as consistent as he is when he is in the public view right. And that's one of my favorite things about him is the respect level.
"He didn't change. You know when he was in the locker room vs when he left. So I am excited to see him share his moment and all that kind of goes into it, in this documentary I can't wait to watch it."

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