Andy Murray claims that Roger Federer may find it difficult to mentor regular people.

Andy Murray wants Roger Federer to remain active in tennis, but wants to work with other players . Federer won 20 Grand Slam singles titles, broke records, and is widely regarded as the best player to wield a racket .

LONDON — As he enters his final year of retirement, three-time Grand Slam champion Andy Murray says he wants Roger Federer to remain active in tennis, but that he wants to work with other players.Federer, 41, won 20 Grand Slam singles titles, broke records, and is widely regarded as the best player to wield a racket.Murray was a member of Team Europe on Friday, as Federer bided a tearful farewell to tennis on Friday, claiming that this event in London would be his last match of his 24-year career.Federer has stated that he would like to work in exhibitions, but has been wary of entering coaching at some point in the future.

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