The Swiss international hit his first Wimbledon practice session this year with Sergiy Stakhovsky.
Roger Federer has reached England as he looks to defend his Wimbledon title this year. The Swiss international is seeded 1st in the Wimbledon this year. The Championships will start from July 2.
Federer returns from a two-month break during the clay court season, as he recovered and ensured fitness for Wimbledon. He made a successful return to tennis in the Stuttgart Open, where he beat Milos Raonic 6-4 7-6. However, his 20-match winning run since his return to the grass-court season ended in the final of Halle Open.
He suffered defeat at the end of Borna Coric, who overcame the Swiss in a three-set thriller 6-7, 6-3, 6-2.
Federer took to Twitter to let the people know about his return to Wimbledon.
— Roger Federer (@rogerfederer) June 27, 2018
Federer played out his first training session for Wimbledon today, against Sergiy Stakhovsky. Stakhovsky later posted a selfie with the Swiss on Instagram, referring to him as ‘GOAT’.
However, Federer was in for a shock while he walked through the Wimbledon courts to attend his practice session.
While Federer was seemingly talking about his experiences and his favourite matches of Wimbledon while on a walk-through outside the courts, something weirdly funny happened. Take a look!
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While many who saw the video believe that it was rude for the man to shout at Federer, many dismissed the incident as banter.
What do you think?