• Roger Federer played his final ATP match Friday
  • It was a doubles game with Rafael Nadal
  • Federer has finished his career with 20 Grand Slams

Andy Murray says he "does not deserve" an emotional send-off like the one Roger Federer has received.

Federer bowed out of the sport after playing his final ATP match Friday in the Laver Cup 2022. He played a doubles match with Rafael Nadal. There were emotional scenes as he bid goodbye after being a professional player for over two decades.

The Swiss legend, who had all his arch-rivals, including Murray and Novak Djokovic, with him that day, received a standing ovation at the O2 Arena on Sunday. Federer didn't win the match, but that didn't matter as the occasion was bigger than that – it was about Federer's exit, and everyone from his teammates and opponents at the jam-packed O2 Arena crowd made it special for the 20-time Grand Slam winner.

Murray, who had a hip injury scare in 2019, was part of Team Europe that lost the Laver Cup for the first time. Murray and Matteo Berrettini lost in the doubles Sunday, while 21-Grand Slam champion Djokovic was stunned in the singles by Canadian Felix Auger-Aliassime as Team World went on to win 13-8 in London.

In an interview after the matches Sunday, Murray said he was not thinking of retirement any time soon as he was feeling good physically.

"I'm really not thinking about that right now. I certainly won't and don't deserve to have a send-off like that," said three-time major champion Murray. Roger did deserve that night and it was super special having all of those guys there watching on the side of the court," Murray was quoted by BBC Sport.

Roger Federer (left) and Andy Murray (right) have battled injuries and fatigue. Getty

Murray also revealed that he won't have a farewell match like Federer.

"I'm not going to have a farewell match. I probably would announce when I'm going to play my last event, but when that is I don't know," Murray said, reported Sky Sports.

Murray, who turned pro in 2005, has a 23-15 win/loss record this year. He even made it to two ATP finals but could not win either of those big games.

"I'm still playing competitive tennis and physically feeling good against top players. I just need to start turning these tight losses and close matches into wins. It's as simple as that," added Murray.