Roger Federer gesture spotted by Andy Roddick at farewell match that shows his pure class


    It comes after Marin Cilic echoed the same sentiments, with the Croatian paying tribute to the ‘class’ of Federer. 

    Cilic tweeted: “Humble in victory, gracious in defeat. Even in the toughest moments, always looking out for others, his teammates, opponents, fans, family. The epitome of class. You will be so very missed.”

    Federer and Nadal conducted an emotional press conference after their defeat on Friday, with both speaking candidly about their relationship. Spaniard Nadal said it felt like an ‘important part of my life’ was also departing. 

    The 36-year-old, who has since withdrawn from the Laver Cup, said: “With Roger leaving the tour, yeah, an important part of my life is leaving too because all the moments that he has been next [to] or in front of me. So it’s been emotional to see the family, to see all the people.”


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