Roger Federer insisted he fully intends to defend hisWimbledontitle in 2018 despite delivering what many fans fear sounded like a farewell speech to Centre Court.
Federer, who will be 36 in three weeks' time, became the oldestWimbledonchampion of the modern era on Sunday when he defeated injury-hit Marin Cilic 6-3, 6-1, 6-4 for a record eighth All England Club title.
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It was also his 19th Grand Slam triumph and second of the year after marking his return from a six-month absence with a fifth Australian Open title in January.
"We never know what happens," said the Swiss star, who had told the Centre Court crowd in his...
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