Del Potro, Roddick, Rod Laver, Billie Jean e muito mais: mundo do ténis reage ao adeus de Federer
O anúncio da retirada de Roger Federer após a Laver Cup caiu que nem uma bomba no mundo do ténis e, desde aí, têm sido várias as mensagens de agradecimento.
Desde Juan Martin Del Potro, a Andy Roddick ou Rod Laver ou até Billie Jean King, todos quiseram homenagear o campeoníssimo.
💔😢. I LOVE YOU, Roger. Thank you for everything you’ve done in tennis and with myself. Tennis world will never be the same without you. https://t.co/Wm0IjNqjjx
— Juan M. del Potro (@delpotrojuan) September 15, 2022
Thank you for everything Roger. See you soon. Rocket https://t.co/wjjk1lvd2H
— Rod Laver (@rodlaver) September 15, 2022
(1/2) Roger Federer is a champion’s champion. He has the most complete game of his generation & captured the hearts of sports fans around the world with an amazing quickness on the court & a powerful tennis mind. He has had a historic career w/memories that will live on and on. pic.twitter.com/zxGq4izh1v
— Billie Jean King (@BillieJeanKing) September 15, 2022
Cheers Roger. Thanks for the shared memories my friend. It was an honor to share time/experiences on the most hallowed grounds in our sport. Don’t be a stranger ….
— andyroddick (@andyroddick) September 15, 2022
.@rogerfederer thank you for doing more for tennis than any single individual. Thanks to you competitors and fans across the world get to experience and enjoy it all over the world. Congratulations on your achievements and the people you continue to impact in and away from tennis
— Milos Raonic (@milosraonic) September 15, 2022
— Garbiñe Muguruza (@GarbiMuguruza) September 15, 2022
Where do we begin?
It’s been a privilege to witness your journey and see you become a champion in every sense of the word.
We will so miss the sight of you gracing our courts, but all we can say for now is thank you, for the memories and joy you have given to so many. pic.twitter.com/VDWylKvW86
— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) September 15, 2022
— Roland-Garros (@rolandgarros) September 15, 2022
Thank you, Roger 💙 https://t.co/kkzaIrfGQi
— US Open Tennis (@usopen) September 15, 2022
- Roger Federer