The Italian chef Alessandro Borghese created an interesting duo between Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and some of his best plates. Speaking to Gazzetta dello Sport, Borghese said: 'To Federer I would associate something like a chocolate table, while to Nole I would associate a cake.'
On the MotoGP rider Valentino Rossi, Borghese added: 'I think he wants that tenth (title), even if it will be very difficult because he fights with guys who are 20 years younger, which makes a difference mentally and physically.
Young guys who ran stronger and are more unaware. Having said that, he never went down and he always ends being in the first places.' On his own sports activity, Borghese concluded: 'I played football, volley and basketball.
But coming from a family of motor riders, when I had the right age I approached other sports, switching to motocross and the track. I enjoy watching the MotoGP more than Formula 1. I miss Prost, Senna, Mansell, the era where riders had a bigger influence.
Of course Hamilton, Vettel and others are very good riders, but they make me less emotional. Now if you start a race very well, you suddenly are ten seconds faster than your rival.'