Roger Federer: 'I'd like to give a big shoutout to...'

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Roger Federer: 'I'd like to give a big shoutout to...'

After expert analysis, Rafael Nadal's supercars are valued at a higher price than Novak Djokovic's, according to the Evening Standard. Analysis by Anglo Scottish Asset Finance pegged Nadal's supercars at £836,000 ($1,011,977) and Djokovic's at £830,000 ($1,004,714).

Roger Federer's car collection is valued at 638,000 pounds ($772,298), putting him third in the Big Three car collection rankings. According to the Evening Standard, Federer is followed by Serena Williams (£637,000), Andy Murray (£444,000) and Naomi Osaka (£250,000).

- Nadal owns these cars, as reported by ES: Aston Martin DBS Ferrari 458 Italy Mercedes AMG GTS, painted the same yellow as a tennis ball Kia Stinger GT Djokovic owns these cars, as reported by ES: Bentley GT Continental Audi r8 Aston Martin DB9 Numerous electric cars, including a Peugeot E-208 and a Tesla Model X.

- On Roger Federer's cars The Swiss champion's first Mercedes was nothing less than a yellow SLR. A coupé of 456,000 euros, super exclusive and high performance. The car most favored by the tennis player, according to the frequency with which it appears in tournaments or on social networks, is a variant of the highly sporty SLS.

A 571 hp V8 is responsible for pushing it. Its price is 180,000 euros. Mercedes' most spectacular SUV could not be missing from the champion's garage. In addition, its spacious and pleasant configuration is suitable for the frequent distant trips to which the Swiss are exposed.

King Roger wants to return to Wimbledon

"I've been lucky enough to play a lot of matches on this court, feels awkward to be here today in a different type of role but it's great to be here like Novak said, with other champions," said Roger Federer.

"This court has given me my biggest wins, my biggest losses. One of my highlights has of course been in 2001, walking out here with Pete Sampras, who I'd like to give a big shoutout to - he's also won and inspired a lot of us to play and just also to be successful here and represent the sport well and I hope I did that.

I hope I can come back, like you said, one more time," added the Swiss. "Of course, I've missed being here, I would have loved being here. When I was walking it here last year I knew it was gonna be a tough year ahead," said the Swiss.

"Maybe didn't think it was gonna take me this long to come back but the knee has been rough on me." Having said that, the 20-time Grand Slam champion stressed that he has been happy during his time away from the sport, having gotten the chance to spend valuable time with his wife and children.