Indian audience passionate and full of life: Roger Federer
MUMBAI: Tennis legend Roger Federer He loves India and feels that his audience is passionate and full of life.
In an interaction with his clothing sponsor, Federer said he loves to come to India not only to visit, but also to play. I love India. I enjoy going there to visit and also to play. It is a vibrant country. Many people gather, said the 20-time Grand Slam winner, Federer, cited in Uniqlo India Instagram page.
When asked about people, the 38-year-old said: For me, the Indian public is passionate, energetic and full of life.
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Federer has been to India three times before in 2006, 2014 and 2015. He currently plays in the United States Open where he reached his thirteenth quarter-final in New York, Federer visited India for the first time in 2006 to the Cuddalore hit by the tsunami in Tamil Nadu.
Federer was in New Delhi for the International Premier Tennis League in 2014. Federer also shed light on his favourite dress on and off the court.
It is a combination of everything, trying to make a nice outfit that works in all conditions that can be anything on the tennis court. And when you play well in it, you feel good and if you win a great tournament, Become an iconic outfit.
But, of course, for me it all started with the headband and then, of course, the shirt, perhaps it is the most relevant and important piece of an outfit, he said.
They would probably be my jeans right now and a simple t-shirt, he said in his favorite casual attire.
Federer was recently sweated by an Indian qualifier Sumit Nagal in the first round of the United States Open . He eventually won 4-6, 6-1, 6-2, 6-4 after losing the first set.