Roger Federer and the Rock passion: "I love Queen and AC/DC!"

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Roger Federer and the Rock passion: "I love Queen and AC/DC!"

Roger Federer has decided to definitively say goodbye to the sport that has made him famous since the early 2000s, allowing himself only one last dance in the Laver Cup in London, the event he created which is scheduled for next weekend.

The winner of 20 Grand Slam titles has been remembered as a reference point for many athletes and an absolute icon of the discipline for his charisma, style of play and much more. All very moving, like the letter written and shared by King Roger to announce his official farewell.

He is the touching words of a great champion, who has made a lot of people passionate about tennis. The end of a career that many hoped would never come, despite the fact that the Swiss had already begun to accustom his fans to absences from the prestigious tournaments of the major circuit.

In recent years, his physique began to no longer hold up certain rhythms and his retirement was ultimately an inevitable consequence. Wimbledon was the last competition of the ATP tour played by the Swiss in 2021. On that occasion, despite an absolutely not optimal physical condition, Federer managed to push himself up to the quarter-finals, suffering a bad defeat by Hubert Hurkacz .

"It was great to spread the news surrounded by my mum, dad and Mirka. Who would have thought the journey would take so long. Simply amazing!" He commented him, sharing some meaningful images.

Roger Federer and the passion for Rock: "I like Queen and AC/DC!"

Roger Federer is a great music enthusiast and lover.

The Swiss did play the piano as a child, but he is also a huge fan of rock music. Among his favorite artists are AC/DC, Lenny Kravitz, Queen and Metallica. Federer himself said: "I grew up listening to dance music, then I started listening to hard rock especially AC / DC but also Lenny Kravitz.

I also like Queen and Metallica!" Federer is ready for a last ride at the Laver Cup 2022: the last event of his amazing career.