Is Roger Federer preparing a big surprise to his fans?

Another exact month of waiting, subject to further updates and news, before seeing Roger Federer in action on a tennis court. The Swiss will in fact be among the participants in an event organized by his sponsor Uniqlo (clothing company) in Tokyo, set for Saturday 19 November.

The 41-year-old from Basel has officially confirmed his presence at the conference, where he will share the playing surface with wheelchair-bound tennis player Shingo Kunieda. The two will hold a talk focused on how to improve sustainability in future generations, focusing on their experience as athletes and advertising the Japanese brand’s initiatives in the sports textile sector.

The winner of 20 Grand Slam titles will thus lend himself to some exchanges even with young local players, so as not to forget the ‘old habits’ so quickly Preparations are underway for the Uniqlo LifeWear Day Tokyo 2022, which promises to be a very special initiative.

With this message, spread through social media, the organizers announced that King Roger will be among the special guests of the meeting, who has decided not to miss this appointment.
Is Roger Federer preparing a big surprise to his fans?
Meanwhile, they have once again taken credit for the rumors that would lead Federer to comment on the next edition of Wimbledon.

The former British player Sue Barker has announced the end of her career as a tennis commentator for the BBC: in a recent interview she would have hinted, according to what collected by Tennis 365, that among the news of the great team of commentators for the Grand Slam from London there would be the Swiss champion.

In the coming weeks, further details or confirmations on the situation may emerge. After the Laver Cup and the magical retirement from tennis with tears and a lot of emotion, Roger has openly declared that he absolutely does not want to disappear from the tennis scene and has not ruled out the possibility in the future to comment on the games.
It would be a welcome and great return for the 41-year-old native of Basel, albeit in another very curious guise.

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