FUNScripts: The Federer Emoji Experience
It’s safe to call it a long standing love affair between Roger Federer and Halle; the 17-time major champion has come back to the small town in the Northwest of Germany throughout the last decade. Yesterday, TTI sat in on the World No. 2’s press conference with the on-site media and we’ve recapped it for you — Federer style.
What makes the Gerry Weber Open so great:
The new longer gap between the French Open and Wimbledon is a welcome change:
The straight set loss to Wawrinka no longer weighs on his mind:
On multitasking football with the French Open final:
Federer was pulling for Wawrinka, but had some advice for Djokovic:
Federer first plays Philipp Kohlschreiber — a rematch of the 2008 final:
On the French Open conditions and Federer’s ideal match weather:
With a match like Kohlschreiber-Federer on Monday afternoon, the Gerry Weber stadium — with its 12,000 seat capacity — is bound to be bursting with excitement.
The Swiss doesn’t have an easy draw, but with a tournament located on “Roger Federer Avenue,” the prerequisites are certainly there for a relaxed Federer to honor his own street for the eighth time.
What do you expect from Federer during the grass season? Will he be able to improve on his fantastic stretch on the surface last year? Sound off in the comments!
Very creative – well done.