Virat got emotional seeing Federer and Nadal crying

Virat got emotional seeing Federer and Nadal crying: wrote - this is the beauty of the game, this is the most beautiful picture in this world for me

Sep 24, 2022 - 20:10
Virat got emotional seeing Federer and Nadal crying
Virat got emotional seeing Federer and Nadal crying

Virat Kohli has described the photo of emotional Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal as the most beautiful picture in the world. He wrote in his emotional post, 'Who thought that two rivals could feel this way for each other? That's the beauty of the game. Actually, Roger Federer played his last match on Friday night with Rafael Nadal in the Laver Cup. During the farewell, both of them cried.
Virat said, 'This is the most beautiful picture related to the world of sports for me. When your friends are shedding tears for you, you know how you could have done better with the skills God has given you. Nothing but respect for these two players.
This last match was played in London. The American pair of Frances Tiafoe and Jacques Sock defeated Nadal and Federer 4-6, 7-6, 11-9. Federer, 41, became very emotional after the end of the match. He was seen crying.

Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer have played against each other 40 times. Nadal has won 24 matches and Federer has won 16 matches. On the day of his last match, Federer said, 'Somewhere we all go through this moment. It was a wonderful day. I am happy, not sad. Proud to be here. I am very happy to tie my shoelaces for the last time, here all was some last time for me. I didn't get stressed. Although I had a feeling that something was going to happen, the match was great. It was great to play with Nadal and all the greats to be here. Thank you all.'
Federer won his last Grand Slam title on 28 January 2018. Then he defeated Marin Cilic of Croatia in the title match. At the same time, he became the first male player to win 20 Grand Slams.

Despite reaching the fourth round of the French Open played in June 2021, Federer had decided to withdraw from the tournament. He took this decision to keep himself fit for Wimbledon. They were defeated in straight sets in the quarterfinals. Since then, he has not been seen playing on the court.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer