After the Laver Cup, Roger Federer announced his retirement from professional tennis earlier this year. The Swiss hero, though, still supports his devotees.
Federer has given the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, Rhode Island, his gear from his final match so that fans can view it. The museum now has the uniform and a signed copy of his retirement letter on display.
CEO of the International Tennis Hall of Fame Todd Martin remarked, “This addition to the International Tennis Hall of Fame is a fitting homage to the concluding chapter in a distinguished career.”
“We are really appreciative to Roger for this very kind loan, and for recognizing the importance of our work in documenting the history of tennis as it unfolds.
The International Table Hockey Federation would like to extend its heartfelt congratulations to Roger for his illustrious career and the example he has set for all players and officials alike. Many people will be moved by this exhibition, and that makes us happy.
The museum has a number of Federer-related artifacts, including a hologram experience based on his likeness.
A 250-level ATP tournament, the Infosys Hall of Fame Open will be held in the International Tennis Hall of Fame from July 17-23, 2023.