A birthday joke from Roger Federer: You know you are getting old when

20-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer shared a birthday selfie and jokingly remarked that the candles costing more than the genuine birthday cake certainly implies he is going downhill. On Monday, Federer turned 41 years of age.

“You realize you’re getting old when the candles cost more than the cake. Gratitude for all the astounding birthday wishes,” Federer composed on Instagram.

Federer might be 41 yet he is as yet not finished with proficient tennis.

Federer, who hasn’t played a lot over the last more than two years because of knee wounds, is supposed to get back to activity in late September at the Laver Cup. After the Laver Cup, Federer is booked to contend in at an ATP 500 occasion in Basel.

Over the last over two years, Federer has had additional time than at any other time to do fun activities with his loved ones. While sidelined, Federer has partaken in some quality time with his family and he regrets nothing over not voyaging that much lately.

“It offered me the chance to specifically figure out my movements and give something back,” Federer reflected. “Numerous companions generally came to see me, presently I could turn it around. The tennis agenda was now and again extreme, particularly with putting together that for the youngsters as well.

It’s good to have a break from that now, and for them as well, in spite of the fact that they miss the voyaging. We have companions all around the world and have created schedules for them too. We haven’t seen our companions in New York and Melbourne for a couple of years at this point.

Yet, I can genuinely say that I am extremely blissful at home. Furthermore, that it is an extraordinary benefit that I can now make an arrangement for a Tuesday morning in three weeks. What’s more, that I can really do it without reality surpassing me. On occasion we miss venturing to the far corners of the planet, and obviously I likewise miss the game, yet in addition feel: life at home in a, suppose, ordinary way, is likewise great”.