Twitterverse wishes Roger Federer on his 37th bday
On the occasion of his birthday, his fans took to their Twitter handles and wished the ace player in different styles
Swiss tennis maestro Roger Federer turned 37 today and Twitterverse extended their warm birthday wishes to the 20-time Grand Slam champion. Federer, who is known as Greatest of All Time (GOAT) in the circles of tennis, has been an inspiration for many young kids and people from different walks of life.
On the occasion of his birthday, his fans took to their Twitter handles and wished the ace player in different styles. One of the fans of Federer thanked him for being a guiding light in his life and wished him best on his birthday.
"Happy birthday rogerfederer. Thank you for being the light in my life. Supporting you is one of the truest joys I will ever know. #happybday #rogerfederer #federer #roger #federer4ever¿," he wrote.
Another fan praised the birthday boy for his "magical shots" and thanked him for inspiring people around him.
"@rogerfederer Happy birthday #tennis . The only reason I started watching and playing (lil bit) tennis is because of you, #roger. Your magical shots, #sabr, #dropshots, #tweener and what not. #thanks for inspiring all of us. Have an amazing year #fedex. #thekingoftennis," he tweeted.
"Happy Birthday Roger!! My idol,My inspiration. King of tennis and more importantly a wonderful human being. #RogerFederer #federer #roger #happybirthdayFederer @rogerfederer Happy Birthday Roger!! My idol,My inspiration. King of tennis and more importantly a wonderful human being. #RogerFederer #federer #roger #happybirthdayFederer @rogerfederer," another follower tweeted.
Posting an adorable picture of Federer, one of the admirers wished the former on his special day.
"Happy Birthday Roger Federer!! ..
#happy #birthday #RogerFederer #Tenis #Player," he tweeted.
Federer, who started playing at the age of eight, holds the record of winning most Grand Slam men¿s singles championship with 20 titles. He has won a record 33 ATP World Tour Awards including ATP No. 1 five times from 2004-2007 and 2009.
Recently, he claimed his sixth Australian Open title becoming only the fourth player after Australia's Margaret Court, America's Serena Williams and Germany's Steffi Graf to win 20 or more major singles titles.
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