Thanks for sharing your thoughts
It's best to ignore GM, the worst part of the forum. You can mainly find trolling and insulting stuff over there indeed.
Well, yesterday's loss is tough because Roger was in good form heading into the final but we can clearly see that it's a tough task to beat Muray and Djokovic back to back in best of 5 matches.
Roger usually forgets losses quite quickly and he is experienced enough to deal with such disappointments as he had quite many of them in his career.
Of course it would be the perfect end for Roger to retire with a big title but let's imagine he would have retired after Wimbledon in 2012 - then he wouldn't have the Davis Cup title won...
You never know what is waiting for him.
It's getting more and more difficult though for Roger to win a big title which is just natural.
I think his biggest chance on the Olympic Gold Medal was in London but it wasn't meant to be.
It has to be seen if he decides to play Mixed together with Hingis at the Olympics next year and skips doubles with Wawrinka.
First of all Roger has to fullfill the nomination rules for Olympics though and play at a DC event...
Roger is so blessed with his career and everything he achieves at this stage of it is only a bonus.
It's amazing he can still compete with the best players in the world at his age, with all the matches he played in his career and with 4 kids at his side.
Tennis fans all around the world love and admire Roger and this won't change whether he wins another main title or not.
Who followed tennis in the last 15 years will hopefully always respect and appreciate what Roger gave to the game .