Roger Federer: 'Without fans it was...'

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Roger Federer: 'Without fans it was...'

The social media platform Twitter honored Roger Federer by introducing a special emoji depicting a tennis racket with a crown. Twitter explained how the special emoji can be posted. "With @rogerfederer set to retire after this week's Laver Cup, Twitter will honor a player who won 20 major titles and held the world number 1 for 237 consecutive weeks.

The following hashtags will result in a tennis racket wearing a crown emoji, allowing fans to celebrate his historic career and send him off in style: #RogerFederer. #ThanksRoger #Federer #RForever" As the tennis legend prepared to retire at the US Open, Twitter recognized Serena Williams as the GOAT and released an exclusive emoji to commemorate and honor her final event and career as the greatest of all time.

Serena is now one of the few athletes to have been recognized with a goat emoji on Twitter, according to Twitter. Tom Brady, Simone Biles, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are among the legends of the exclusive team. "As you probably know, @serenawilliams is amazing on Twitter.

Here are some thoughts on the Twitter conversation surrounding her: Serena heads into retirement with over 10.7 million Twitter followers. Even after more than 20 years of her storied career, fans are as attentive as ever: Serena was among the top 20 athletes with the most new followers last year.

Fans truly consider her the #GOAT, as the goat is the most used emoji in global tweets about her so far in 2022 (more used than the tennis racket!). @serenawilliams is the third most mentioned sports name in tennis conversations so far this year, and the first among female tennis players," says Twitter.

Federer said goodbye after 24 years

Roger Federer's very last match at Roland‐Garros will remain a 3rd round against Dominik Koepfer, on June 5, 2021, in an empty Phillipe‐Chatrier. A difficult victory (7-6 [5], 6-7 [3], 7-6 [4], 7-5) for the Swiss, in every sense of the word, in the night session and therefore behind closed doors due sanitary restrictions of the time.

He then forfeited before his round of 16 against Matteo Berrettini. The winner of Roland-Garros 2009 returned to this moment for RMC Sport. "It's true that the last match at Roland was not that much. There was no one in the stadium.

Especially since I knew it could be my last match at Roland. I hoped it wouldn't be at night, unfortunately we also had to go through it and play late at night. On the one hand, I was happy to play this match in these conditions despite the covid. On the other hand, without fans, it was fine crap."