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Twenty-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer just dropped a huge hint that the 2021 Tokyo Olympics might be his swan song. It is already clear that I am at the end of my career, Federerrecently told SRFSport. RAIDERS HEAD COACH JON GRUDEN BELIEVES THIS WILL BE THE NFLS TOUGHEST OPPONENTThe world-ranked No. 4 who has alreadybowed out of the coronavirus-abbreviated 2020 season due to an injury setback says he hopes to return to the sport in 2021, but isnt making plans for after that. I cannot say what will be in two years, Federer said. Thats why I plan year after year. Im still happy right now. But when the cogwheels dont grip anymore, I stop. CLICK HERE TO GET MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS. COMThe Swiss star turns 39 this August and has enjoyed unprecedented success both on- and off-the-court throughout his lengthy career. In May, he wasnamed the worlds highest-earning athlete by Forbesdue in large part to his many endorsements. He is also the most decorated male tennis player in history, including a gold medal from the 2008 Beijing games in mens doubles and a silver from the 2012 London games in mens singles. Click here to get the full story from the New York Post.