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Watch: Roger Federer colleges Andy Murray about ‘The Shard’ in London

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Watch: Roger Federer schools Andy Murray about ‘The Shard’ in London

Roger Federer is thought for his elegant type of play, for his longevity, for his 20 Grand Slam titles — and for infrequent tears in his most emotional post-match moments, whether or not after victory or defeat. But forward of the fifth version of Team Europe vs Team World within the Laver Cup, the Swiss nice additionally confirmed how good his basic data of London is.

In one video shared by Eurosport, which goes viral on social media, Roger Federer could be seen giving classes to Andy Murray about London.

When Roger Federer is aware of extra about London than Andy Murray 😅🇬🇧@andy_murray | @rogerfederer | #LaverCup

— Eurosport (@eurosport) September 21, 2022

In an attention-grabbing dialog, whereas roaming across the streets of London, Andy Murray pointed towards the Shard and requested, “What building is this one?” Pat got here to the reply from Roger Federer, ‘The Shard.’

Murray appeared confused after watching the structure of the 300m-high constructing ‘The Shard’, which is made up of 11,000 glass panels, is the tallest in England’s capital. From a distance, it seems to be like The Shard doesn’t also have a roof. A curious Murray once more requested: “That is the Shard yeah? So what’s happened to it?”

Federer defined to Murray that The Shard was intentionally made to appear like it hadn’t been completed.

An night for icons in London 📸#LaverCup

— Laver Cup (@LaverCup) September 21, 2022

“That’s how it is. It’s like broken glass,” stated Roger.

Thereafter, Novak Djokovic, who can also be a member of Team Europe, took a sly dig at Andy Murran and stated: “Andy, he is giving you lessons about London.”

Federer had introduced final week by way of social media that he can be retiring after the Laver Cup, stated it took him a bit to get used to the thought of stepping away from the competitors.

But it was one thing he understood he wanted to do after working into setbacks in July throughout his rehabilitation from what was his third surgical procedure on his proper knee in about one and half 12 months.

He will play doubles for Team Europe in opposition to Team World on Day 1 of the occasion, after which give technique to 2021 Wimbledon runner-up Matteo Berrettini for singles over the weekend.