US Open 2021: Roger Federer tries his hands at Table Tennis, nails it completely; Watch viral video

US Open 2021: Former World No. 1 Roger Federer tries his hands at Table Tennis, nails it completely; Watch viral Instagram video
US Open 2021: Former World No. 1 Roger Federer tries his hands at Table Tennis, nails it completely; Watch viral Instagram video

US Open 2021: Roger Federer tries his hands at Table Tennis, nails it completely; Watch viral video- Tennis legend Roger Federer has been exceptional throughout his career and we need no introduction about him. The 40-year-old recently tried his hand at Table Tennis and aced it completely which has taken the fans by storm. A clip shared by the veteran shows him playing tennis featuring background music with some serious table tennis skills. Back at it, playing Table Tennis with my friends,” he captioned the video on Instagram.

Don’t believe us, Watch the video yourself:

 

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Reacting to the post, a user wrote, “Forrest Gump has nothing on the GOAT.”

“I knew it! You had been secretly practicing before we played that epic final together up that mountain! Next match is mine…,” wrote Man vs Wild Fame Bear Grylls.

“Man [has] got some serious table tennis skills,” added another user.

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US Open 2021: Roger Federer tries his hands at Table Tennis, nails it completely

The Swiss Tennis Maestro Federer is currently level with Spanish rival Rafael Nadal and Serbia’s Novak Djokovic with 20 Grand Slams each in their kitty. He will look to overtake the duo in the upcoming US Open 2021.

Federer pulled out of the ATP Masters 1000 events in Toronto and Cincinnati due to a knee injury earlier this month. He underwent double-knee surgery last year, reached the quarter-finals at Wimbledon before withdrawing from the Tokyo Olympics due to a “setback to his knee” during the grasscourt season.

This latest injury puts the 20-time Grand Slam champion’s participation in the U.S. Open, which gets underway on Aug. 30, in doubt.

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US Open 2021: Roger Federer tries his hands at Table Tennis, nails it completely

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(with Reuters inputs)

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