Hopefully this group of guys can put it together,” said Tiafoe, who reached the U.S. Open semifinals in September.
He’s got a lot to apologize for after the last 24 years — after beating everybody on the tour," said Tiafoe, who went 0-3 against Federer in singles head-to-head. “I will say thank you for having me in this amazing event, what he’s done for the game. He’s a class act. Happy to know him, happy to call him a friend, happy to call him a colleague, and best wishes in his second act. But I will not apologize."
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