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WATCH: Roger Federer and Alexander Zverev Having Fun During Exhibition Match

WATCH: Roger Federer and Alexander Zverev Having Fun During Exhibition Match

World No.3 Roger Federer and next-generation star Alexander Zverev had some fun moments on the court during their exhibition match in front of a record 42,000 crowd as reported by ESPN in Mexico on Saturday.

The pair shared a funny moment during the third set of the match at 1-1 when the German was serving his second serve and the serve went miserably wrong as it directly hit Federer’s leg.

Roger Federer

Roger Federer then exaggerated that the ball has hit him really hard and acted like he has broken his legs as he was walking with the support of his racquet.

In another hilarious incident during the second set, a fan yelled, “I love Federer” while Zverev was serving. The German stopped to serve and asked, “What about me?” leaving the crowd into laughter.

Roger Federer was also seen dancing on the beats of the claps from the massive crowd while receiving a serve.

Roger Federer also wanted to play a slow-motion forehand shot and asked Zverev to hit a slow ball to him. The Swiss maestro failed in the first attempt but he was successful to make a slow-motion shot in the second attempt as the crowd and Zverev applauded for the 38-year-old in a funny moment.

After all the fun, Roger Federer went on to defeat the World No.7 Alexander Zverev 6-3, 4-6, 2-6 in the friendly match.

Roger Federer and Alexander Zverev

Roger Federer and Alexander Zverev are on a tour to North and South America to play a series of exhibition matches across the continent. The pair played in Santiago, Buenos Aires but their third match got cancelled in Bogota due to curfew in the city before arriving in Mexico City. The two will next head to play their last match of the exhibition series in Quinto.

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