“To get to the second week of a Slam would be an amazing story, if he could that at Wimbledon, it would be incredible. I think that’s what we’re hoping for as British fans.
“I’ve had enough surgeries in my feet and he’s had back, hip surgeries, you saw the documentary on Amazon! I just want him to be able to go out where he wants to, on his own terms, when he’s ready.
“That’s all I wish, for him to enjoy it for as long as he can. He must be putting in so much work, I can’t even imagine the work he’s doing on and off court with his physios every day.
“The older you get, the more work you have to do and that’s what makes it so hard. You’ve just got to look at his accomplishments, double Olympic gold medallist, that’s something Mr Federer doesn’t have!
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“2016, the ATP Finals, that last match against Djokovic when he was absolutely nutted and then he wins to end the season world No 1. Probably the greatest match we’ve had at The O2 in the last 11 years.
“Winning Wimbledon, first Brit in 77 years then winning it again, then winning the US Open. For me to sit there as a pundit and see him win it in 2012 when I was one match away was a special moment as well.
“You can go through the list of things and it’s quite phenomenal, the guy’s had an incredible career.