‘I hope to arrive in India soon’, Roger Federer responds to Virat Kohli’s message of adoration
International tennis icon Roger Federer has sparked a lot of emotions and reactions from fans around the world with his retirement announcement and his swansong tournament in a professional capacity at the Laver Cup.
The Swiss maestro has garnered the support of millions around the world with his elegance and grace and Indian cricket hero Virat Kohli is no exception.
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Kohli sent Federer a video message listing the qualities of the 20-time Grand Slam champion that the cricketer admires, recalling fond memories and above all congratulating and thanking the genius tennis player for his long and illustrious career.
And the Basel man sent a note of gratitude to Kohli also mentioning that he hopes to visit India in the near future.
“Thank you @virat.kohli, hope to arrive in India soon,” read Federer’s response to Kohli’s post.
Kholi, in his message to the tennis great, said: « It is a great honor for me to be able to send you this video to congratulate you on a phenomenal career that has given us so many beautiful moments and memories. »
« I personally had the good fortune to meet you at the Australian Open in 2018, and that’s something I will never forget in my life. »
« One thing that stood out to me watching you play was the fact that so many people around the world, not just in the world of tennis, have been supporting you, supporting you and that kind of unity that I don’t have never seen for any other individual. athlete ever.
It’s something that can’t be created, that can’t be generated in any way,” the drummer continued.
“It is something that cannot be created or generated. You had this special ability. It was very obvious when we saw you play. And the aura you brought to the field is unmatched.
“Of course in the next phase you will have as much fun as you do on the pitch,” the New Delhi man said.
The former India captain signed off wishing Federer’s parents the best in a heartfelt note to the legend.
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