Tennis Channel Live: Roger Federer plays ping pong
“Back at it, playing table tennis with my friends,” Federer wrote on Instagram. The Swiss star isn’t back to 100 percent on the tennis court and recently pulled out of a strand of events, including the Olympics, Toronto and Cincinnati due to his on-going knee recovery.
Besides, which sport does Roger Federer play?
Accordingly, what is Federer’s style?
Arguably the greatest player of all time, Federer’s playing style is the epitome of grace. He makes every move seem effortless – from how he glides around the court to his iconic one-handed backhand. … Nadal’s playing style deviates greatly from the smooth, graceful game of Federer.
Does Roger Federer play other sports?
Federer took an interest in sports at an early age, playing tennis and soccer at the age of eight. By age 11, he was among the Top 3 junior tennis players in Switzerland. At age 12, he decided to quit other sports and focus all his efforts on tennis, which he felt he excelled at more naturally.
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Nadal is 22-12 (63%) and Federer 32-23 (58%). Djokovic also reigns supreme when it comes to matches against top-ten opponents. His win/loss record is 222-100; a success rate of 69. Both Federer (223-123) and Nadal (178-99) are at 64.
Djokovic has won just as many majors as Federer, nearly as many year-end championships, and more Masters 1000 tournaments. He has spent more weeks at No. 1 than Federer, and he has seven year-end No. 1 rankings to Federer’s five.