The final Fab Four member also desired to honor Roger Federer. The Laver Cup, his final tournament, is one week away, thus the Swiss champion announced his retirement from the sport on a mid-September afternoon.
His final game will go down in history as the first time the Fab Four were all together as the Europe team. Laver Cup will therefore serve as more than just a game. The fans will, however, also have the first chance to see them all together and receive the proper resolution. Andy Murray has also arrived after Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic’s homage.
Like his adversaries, the British player wished to recall the accomplishments of the 20-time Swiss champion, who stands in for Slam battles like the Wimbledon final and the London Olympics final, which the British won on English grass. In his Davis Cup press conference, he praised Roger Federer and expressed his admiration for him, particularly in reference to his achievement at the Australian Open in 2018.
Dan Evans lauded Roger Federer and described him as a personable, everyday individual. Federer has always been an inspiration to him because of his commitment, impartiality, and work ethic, and he has a great deal of respect for Federer as a person. And he will be missed by each and every one of their teammates. Evans added that Federer was regarded as one of the best competitors, therefore the business, particularly the younger generation, will miss him.