Federer's coach shares funny pictures with Roger from his Iphone album



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Federer's coach shares funny pictures with Roger from his Iphone album

Roger Federer's coach Severin Luthi shared an emotional message to Roger Federer on his Instagram account. The coach and "great friend" of the Swiss Maestro accompanied the message with a few funny pictures with them.

"It has taken me a while to know what I wanted to say… It has been an emotional last few weeks but what a RIDE it has been. Looking through my iphone album reminds me of all we have experienced together: the Grand Slam wins, the Davis Cup victory in Lille, the Victory in Beijing πŸ‡¨πŸ‡­at the Olympics, but also all of the special moments we have shared off the court: our holidays, the weddings, the birthday parties, pranking other team members across multiple continents πŸ€ͺ and seeing your amazing children grow up.

I will treasure these moments forever. It has been admirable to see how you have also been able to juggle so much at once; your tennis, your friends, your business, your family, but most importantly with a smile on your face.

You will continue to be an inspiration to so many with the passion you had for the game of tennis. I continue to meet people all over the world who you inspire and it brings me great happiness. I will always remember that I spent these years with the nicest, most generous, most positif and funniest guy.

Lastly, I love you and your family Poili you have always been there for me," wrote Luthi on Instagram.

Luthi is Federer's brochacho

After Federer's coach Severin Luthi captioned a video showing them hugging each other at Roger's retirement event at O2 Arena with "Love you, brochacho", the Swiss Maestro reacted on his Instagram Stories.

Federer shared the video on Instagram and wrote: "Once a brochacho, always a brochacho." See the video here: Who does Roger Federer call "brochacho". According to the Urban Dictionary, brochacho is "a hybrid between the Spanish word muchacho meaning "a young man" and the slang English word 'Bro.'


It's a slang term of endearment that works interchangably with the word 'Bro'"