Federer drives to Switzerland, praises football team

By Daily Sports on June 18, 2018

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Sunday was a ‘good day’. That's how Roger Federer described it through his official Twitter account. The Swiss player drove back to Zurich, Switzerland, by himself on his car just a few hours after winning the Mercedes Cup final in Stuttgart.

And he did it in a quick way, in order not to miss the World Cup football game between Switzerland and Brazil that ended on 1-all. Federer wrote: ' Made it back home on time to watch SUI vs BRA. Great effort team Switzerland, good luck Brazil for the rest of the way .' The world No.

1 enjoyed driving, and he said : 'No speed limit in Germany in some places .' He was joking, as Federer retweeted a fan writing: ' He’s a father of four, I don’t think he’d do something that would put his or anyone else’s life at risk.' The 36-year-old also thanked Stuttgart crowd for their support. (Tennis World USA)

Photo shows Federer driving to Switzerland

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Posted June 18, 2018

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