Sachin Tendulkar: Sachin has met Roger Federer on several occasions. It is known that the Team India legend has appeared many times at the tennis stadium to watch Federer’s matches.
It is known that Federer announced his retirement from tennis on Thursday. However, Sachin, who loves the game, shared a special message for Federer. ‘We like your style of tennis. We are used to watching you play tennis. That habit will never go away. It has become a part of us. Thank you for giving me so many wonderful memories,’ said Master Blaster. However, it is said that Federer learned some tricks of the game of cricket from the Indian giant. He also made them a part of his game. This happened four years ago. It happened while Roger Federer was playing 2018 Wimbledon. A shot usually seen only in cricket is played in tennis. This shot by Federer is like a forward defense shot. After seeing this shot of his, Sachin Tendulkar came up with a funny thing tagging him. Federer’s answer was equally funny.
— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 9, 2018
‘After you win your ninth Wimbledon title, let’s share cricket and tennis notes with each other,’ wrote Sachin. Federer replied, ‘What are you waiting for? I am ready to take notes. Sachin then replied and joked that the first chapter would be a straight drive if it was okay.
What a career, @rogerfederer. We fell in love with your brand of tennis. Slowly, your tennis became a habit. And habits never retire, they become a part of us.
Thank you for all the wonderful memories. pic.twitter.com/FFEFWGLxKR
— Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) September 15, 2022
Federer came to India three times.
Roger Federer has visited India three times so far. He first came to India in the year 2006. He then came to India to participate in the International Premier League in 2014, 2015. During the 2014 tour, he tweeted on his arrival in India. ‘I will always remember the wonderful moments I spent here. Thank you, India. There was huge support from the audience. I will always be grateful’ he tweeted. He also said that he will come to India for a long visit in the future.