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So Federer's help the children of his Foundation

Roger Federer came up against Stan Wawrinka and Kyle Edmund to win a sovereign, two set, and in the quarter-final he will meet on Friday, the 22-year-old Hubert Hurkacz, Poland, who threw three Set from the tournament shy away from, but against him krasser outsider. No wonder, then, was Federer's Interviews after the second round everything, but almost not Tennis .

In the victory interview, he was raised to the presence of Rod Laver and Pete Sampras in the stadium, what he was happy, so Federer. "Unlike me, the two super nickname – the Rocket and Pistol Pete," he said. For him, the result is actually still no clear nickname, should it survive, or international.

"I have some half, but not the right, but that's okay," he commented. How to call him, was whether Federer Express, the Swiss Maestro or whatever. That Rod Laver "the Rocket" (the rocket) will be called, have to do with that he come from Rockhampton, he added, "I can't get hold of Rockhampton". And Sampras owed his addition of "pistol" for his fast serve.

"Tarzan Boy"

Then, Federer was asked by a journalist, who would he most like to be, if he could have a day with someone to swap. The same question he had asked Belinda Bencic, and you have called his name. "Surely no other tennis player," Federer said. "Maybe a musician, to find out how it is on the stage." Most like what? "Guitarist and singer", says Federer. As a running-in music, in Indian Wells, he has chosen the Disco Song "Tarzan Boy". "The music of the Eighties wasn't so bad."

Finally, told Federer also sell something from the everyday life of his children, the in California this year in the neighborhood of your rental property in Indian Wells, freshly squeezed Grapefruit, soda pop, and your last year's earnings, clearly would have been exceeded, as Federer said. "You have sold this year also tennis balls from me for the Foundation – and the money already paid," he said. "I'm very proud of you." (Tages-Anzeiger.ch/Newsnet)

Created: 14.03.2019, 01:58 PM

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