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“Name a better duo,” Tennis Twitter drools over Roger Federer as he hangs out with designer Ronnie Fieg

Former World No.1 Roger Federer is all set to return to the tour at the Swiss Indoors later this year.

Roger Federer

Roger Federer has recently taken social media by storm as he uploaded pictures with America’s star clothing and footwear designer Ronnie Fieg. The duo shared the pics on their socials and fans are absolutely loving their chill vibe. Both of them were seen having a good time as Federer has convinced Ronnie to play some tennis as they held rackets in their hands.

However, the fans on social media have gone completely berserk while some sense a collaboration between the two legends with the ‘RF’ initials. It will be interesting to see a collab between the two as Federer will look extremely classy in Fieg’s KITH collection of clothing and footwear.

Here are some of the epic fan reactions after they upload a pic with each other on their socials.

Roger Federer is all set to return to the tour in Basel after a long injury layoff

Roger Federer

Roger Federer is all set to return on tour in October this year as he will play at the Swiss Indoors. It will be his tournament since last year’s Wimbledon when he crashed out of the quarterfinals after losing to Hubert Hurkacz and then had to undergo his third knee surgery. Since then he has been in rehab waiting to make a return on tour.

Federer fans are eager to watch their favourite play sizzle on the court with his elegant strokeplay and movement full of poise. But for that they need to wait a little longer as Federer pours cold water over their expectations of returning at the Wimbledon. They were not expecting him to return in time for the Roland Garros but Wimbledon was a realistic expectation. But the Swiss maestro has revealed that he will return on tour in Basel at his home event. However, fans will get to see him in the Laver Cup as he will play alongside long time rival Rafael Nadal. The duo will represent Team Europe.

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