“3 GOATs” – Roger Federer reunites with Venus and Serena Williams at the Miami Grand Prix giving fans an emotional nostalgia trip
None of the three players Roger, Venus, and Serena are alien to the Hard Rock Stadium.
Image Credit: Formula One Miami Grand Prix
A total of 50 Grand Slam Titles in the form of Roger Federer, Serena Williams, and Venus Williams were seen on the tracks of the F1 Miami Grand Prix. Serena Williams who recently announced her second pregnancy at Met Gala was spotted within a week at the F1 Grand Prix event. Serena and Venus seemed to be enjoying their time at the track and the paddock. Whereas Roger Federer was also seen taking a Hot Lap with the Mercedes F1 team.
The Williams sisters have been part of the F1 Miami Grand Prix circuit last year too for the track inauguration. Earlier, Austin Texas was home to the motorsport but now the momentum is shifting to Miami. None of the 3 players Roger, Venus, and Serena are alien to the Hard Rock Stadium. They have all been here for the Miami Open tournament, which is a Masters event. Serena Williams has won 8 Miami Open singles titles, Roger Federer has won 4, and Venus Williams 3 titles.
While Serena and Roger are retired, the oldest one of the trio, Venus, is still an active player. Though she is currently nursing an injury, fans would be looking forward to returning to Wimbledon this year. It would be fun to know what the trio would talk about when they meet. Fans can speculate much more than tennis was being talked about.
Tennis royalty Roger Federer and Serena Williams getting papped everywhere with other big names
Roger Federer and the Williams sisters were not the only big tennis names at the F1 Miami Grand Prix. Argentina’s ex-tennis sensation Juan Del Potro was also present. Roger and Del Potro got together for a quick chat and a photo on the track. Del Potro has great love for Formula one. So does Roger Federer. Another Argentinian tennis player to show up for the race was Gabriela Sabatini, who won one US Open Singles title back in 1990.
Its great for tennis fans all over the world to see their favorite tennis players at different events. Hope to see more such reunions of retired tennis players as fans can’t get over the era ruled by these stalwarts.
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