Tennis legend Roger Federer on Thursday answered to India cricketer Virat Kohli’s message for him, following the 20-time Grand Slam champion’s retirement from the sport
Tennis legend Roger Federer on Thursday answered to India cricketer Virat Kohli’s message for him, following the 20-time Grand Slam champion’s retirement from the sport. Federer, who introduced his retirement earlier this month, played his farewell in shape on the Laver Cup 2022, a doubles healthy along lengthy-time rival and pal Rafael Nadal. Kohli, in a video published via ATP, labelled Federer because the “best of all time”. Federer took to his professional Instagram account to react to Kohli’s video message.
“Thanks @virat.Kohli. I hope to make it to India soon,” Federer captioned Kohli’s video message on his Instagram tale.
In his video message for Federer, Kohli additionally paid a tribute to the Swiss maestro’s mammoth contribution to the game.
“Hello, Roger. It’s a superb honour for me as a way to send this video across for you, congratulating you on an exceptional career that has given us such a lot of stunning moments and recollections. I in my opinion had the danger to satisfy you in Australian Open in 2018, something that I’ll in no way ever neglect in my existence. One aspect that stood out for me even watching you play, was the truth that such a lot of people around the sector, now not simply inside the global of tennis were given behind you, helping you and that sort of cohesion I’ve in no way seen for any other character athlete ever. That is some thing that cannot be created, that cannot be generated in besides,” Kohli had stated in the video.
“You had that unique capacity usually. It turned into very evident whilst we watched you play and the air of mystery you delivered on court is unmatchable. And for me, you’re usually going to be the best of all time. I’m positive within the next segment of your life you will have as a whole lot a laugh and as a lot leisure as you probably did on the courtroom. I wish you all of the fine and your circle of relatives as properly. Take care,” he brought.