I read this story in an anthology in the late 1980s or early 1990s.
I don't remember the name of the anthology (that will be for a future question) but do remember it also had the first chapter of the "Stainless Steel Rat" as a stand alone short story if that helps, I'm pretty sure that Harry Harrison did not write the story I'm asking about here.
The story is set in the future, I think on another planet. The protagonist is a man who lives alone in a compound and has no contact with other humans - I think the population is low and they are spread out. He is attended to by various robots.
One detail I remember is he plays tennis with a robot and does something to slow it down so he will be able to win more often. I'm not certain but this might have been tightening its wheels.
I think the main point of the story was him arranging and having a meeting with a woman, I think to procreate. I don't remember details of this meeting (although I don't think there was anything explicit). But I do remember it ended after the meeting when she tried to contact him (maybe by videophone) and he was incredulous that she wanted to talk at a time when he didn't want to, reinforcing the view of his self centered and all needs met by robots lifestyle.
I read it in English.
Also if you can name the anthology and save me another question that would be super.