The native of Basel spoke about the challenges of this way of life. "It's the secret, to make it work." There were not many players who had a family when I started.
It's a huge task, so gigantic and huge. It's fun but it can also be difficult. My wife puts a lot of energy and a lot of know-how into strategy because she has been doing it for over 20 years.
We must be very careful and intelligent with my wife, the number of tournaments to play, what tournament to play, where to bring the children. Because you do not want to have a lot of regrets.
So as long as the kids have a good time at the tournaments, I can also keep playing. The moment I feel that they are no longer happy to travel, I will not want to leave them alone at home.
My family is my first priority, it has always been clear to me. "I do not know when it's going to stop," Federer added, "My physical preparation and training is based on the unknown, which means I plan to play all year round." Federer will play the Swiss Indoors in Basel soon.