Roger Federer
Obi UAE Royals' Roger Federer hits a return to OUE Singapore Slammers' Andy Murray during their match at the International Premier Tennis League (IPTL) in Dubai December 15, 2015. Reuters/Ahmed Jadallah

Former World No. 1 Roger Federer admitted that even without another Grand Slam title, he is contented with what he has accomplished so far in his pro career.

“I have been playing really well for a year and a half and I’m much more confident that I was a year ago too. This is one of six tournaments I won last year and it got the year going for me,” Federer shared to Fox Sports.

“It would be amazing to win another Grand Slam. It might happen and if not, I’m OK with that. I’m still happy with how I am playing. Last year was Novak’s [Djokovic] year. I came so close and played very well, but I don’t feel any frustration about that. I’ve won so much in my career."

Federer, who last won a Grand Slam title in 2012 (Wimbledon Championships) but has the all-time record wins of 17 Grand Slam titles, came close to adding to his Grand Slam total in the last two seasons.

Federer made the final of three Slams in 2014 and 2015 losing all championship matches to current World No. 1 and the best player in the sport, Novak Djokovic of Serbia. Federer lost to Djokovic at the 2014 Wimbledon Championships in five sets, 7–6(7) 4–6 6–7(4) 7–5 4–6, at the 2015 US Open in four sets, 4–6 7–5 4–6 4–6 and the 2015 Wimbledon Championships in another four sets, 6–7(1), 7–6(10), 4–6, 3–6.

Federer has replaced Stefan Edberg as primary coach and replaced him with Ivan Ljubicic after the 2015 ATP season. Many tennis pundits see the change as a positive one for Federer, who will be aiming to continue his top form and to win the 18th Grand Slam title.