Roger Federer: 'That alone will make my next toast even more...'

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Roger Federer: 'That alone will make my next toast even more...'

Shaking the record books once again is the man of the moment, Novak Djokovic. The world tuned in to see the Serbian legend in action, as he advanced in his quest for a historic Calendar Grand Slam. Notably, in his path was the threat of an opponent who caused the biggest surprise of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Alexander Zverev.

World No. 1 Novak Djokovic left no stone unturned when he met the German international in the US Open semifinals. Notably, even his young counterpart bought to woo the best possible tennis from him, beating the Serbian in the first set.

However, unfazed by his initial defeat, Novak put on a show, causing a riot on the court, showing why he is the best there is. Emerging victorious from the tempting clash, the 20-time Grand Slam champion beat Alexander with emphatic style and reached the final of the US Open.

In particular, he achieved another record, courtesy of his triumphant victory. Maintaining his incredible form in the tournament, Novak played in his prime against No. 4 in the world. Not far from him, Alexander showed incredible courage.

However, he couldn't overcome Nole's attack and match his caliber. Therefore, he withdrew from the tournament, despite playing an exciting 5-set game. Also, when Novak reached another final, he surpassed his compatriot 'big 3' With this victory, Djoker tops the lists of the male player with the most Grand Slam finals in history; he beats Rafael Nadal and ties with Roger Federer.

Although, Zverev deserves enough credit for making Novak sweat his way to victory.

Federer claimed that it was a great opportunity for him

Renowned Champagne company, Moet and Chandon, recently launched their new video series- ‘Through the eyes of…’.

It’s first episode is out and fans can watch it on Lifestyle Asia. Interestingly, their brand ambassador, Roger Federer is the lead character of the series who will also be unveiling a brand new champagne there. “This journey behind-the-scenes was one of the most authentic moments I have ever experienced in Champagne,” said Federer in an exclusive interview to

It is for the first time when fans will actually witness Federer in a video series. One will watch him walking through vineyards and even talking to Cellar Master of Moët and Chandon Benoît Gouez. “I sensed the true passion of the people of Moët & Chandon, and that alone will make my next toast even more memorable,” added the 20-time Grand Slam champion.