On Friday, Roger Federer's career came to an end with a defeat, but the five-minute standing ovation that followed demonstrated the lasting impact he had on tennis.
Federer started crying as a result of the applause and "Roger, Roger, Roger" chants.
After losing to Jack Sock and Frances Tiafoe with Rafael Nadal at London's 02 Arena, he said, "I'm delighted, I'm not sad.
After 24 years, 1,500 matches, 103 singles championships, and 20 grand slams, Federer played his final match.
The thrilling tiebreak that gave the American team the victory was a fitting end to a contest that exceeded all expectations in terms of grandeur and excellence.
as well as a career that has produced a great deal of brilliant moments and delight for a great deal of people.