After Federer’s coach Severin Luthi captioned a video of them hugging each other at Roger’s retirement event at the O2 Arena with “Your love, Brochacho,” the Swiss maestro responded on Instagram Stories.
Federer shared the video and wrote, “Once a Brochacho, always a Brochacho.”
According to Urban Dictionary, brochacho is “a hybrid of the Spanish word muchacho, meaning ‘young man’, and the English word ‘bro.’ It is a word of endearment that is combined with the word ‘bro’.
Luti says Federer would have done anything for one final match.
Before the Laver Cup, Severin Lütti indicated that Federer wants to play his retirement match and is working hard for it.
“We haven’t decided anything about the Laver Cup yet. I followed Roger Federer’s practice last week and we’ll be back on court in a few days. We’re working on Roger to be able to play. It’s not clear yet if he’ll play. Whether it’s the singles or the doubles, we’ll decide later.
Federer wants to be with his teammates and play. He doesn’t want to put himself above the Laver Cup, but I think there will be periods of trouble.” Severin went on to explain the reason for his retirement.
He is 41 and has been on the circuit for a very long time, he has played more than 1500 games. His retirement is a combination of these factors. They don’t have to be people. Just sad, but happy for all the feelings they felt thanks to Roger.
“Now that he’s retired, Federer says he’s happy to be the first of the Big 4 to do it. “I’m happy they’ll have more fights,” Federer told Eurosport. “I’m watching. From the couch or the bed, anywhere, so it will feel good.
I’m glad I went first because I’m the oldest of the group. I’ve tried long and hard to get back over the last few years and this is the right time to come out.”