Federer and Zverev Mexico City match breaks world attendance record

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"We could build a fourth court here in the Caja Magica", said Pique.

"Sport is not all about winning and losing but this hurts me personally", said the 32-year-old. "I wanted to make a mark to show On how much I believe in the company and that I am planing for the long term with them".

The 20-time grand slam victor won four titles this season, while he missed out on glory at Wimbledon after losing in an epic final against Novak Djokovic.

Despite his stance of never calling time on his career, he did state he is looking forward to the freedom retirement will bring.

They remain engaged, however, having rejoined the player council to have a formal say in the tour's future. "I start planning for the year around which I will go on holiday with my family and will be there for a few days at the beach, so I can't wait".

"Actually, when I had my knee issues in 2016 and I was rehabbing for nearly eight months, I felt like that could be my life after (retirement)". I think it's going to be success anyway because there's a lot of top players going to be there because it is prior to Australian Open. People were not really predicting I was going to win 20 slams and spend 300 weeks at world No. 1.

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"On Saturday we set the highest record attendance for a tennis match in Mexico City, it was awesome, I went to Chile for the first time, in Buenos Aires people cheer you like if it was football".

On playing at the age of 25 versus playing at 38, Federer said: "It is very different".

"Breaking those records, doing it with Zverev, it's not something I ever thought I would do". That doesn't look like it'll happen any time soon.

Argentina, backed by a boisterous group of fans that at times made more noise than the local Spanish crowd, was hoping to get some payback after it was beaten at home by Spain in the 2008 Davis Cup final, when it was heavily favored against a Spanish team that was without an injured Rafael Nadal.

Nadal collected his 19th major title, moving within one of Federer's record for men, when he held off Medvedev 7-5, 6-3, 5-7, 4-6, 6-4 in a U.S. Open final that lasted almost five hours.

"I had a friendly conversation with the coach about my plans and how we were going to manage it, I have a phenomenal relationship with the coach and with the club, all this noise is coming from outside", Pique told reporters.

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