Roger Federer joins Coldplay in Zurich concert with “Don’t Panic” performance

After about two and a half decades in the field of tennis, Roger Federer announced his retirement in 2022. The GOAT has a truckload of records and has made an impact like no other athlete in tennis. Without a doubt, the King of Grass will be an unforgettable figure in the sport.

It has not even been a year since his retirement and tennis fans often express how much they miss Roger on the matches and tours. So when Roger makes the smallest of cameos, the whole tennis community heeds. With his most recent royal workout with the Princess of Wales, Kate Middleton and now him jamming with one of the most admirable rock bands, Coldplay, Roger fans could not be happier. 

Roger Federer continues retirement bash in style with Coldplay

Former world number 1 retired tennis legend, Roger Federer posts on tweeter about his experience bonding with the famous rock band, ‘Coldplay’. He write that it was an ‘Adventure of a Lifetime’. The Swiss Maestro had been invited on stage to perform Don’t Panic with the band. Fans quickly express their excitement and support for FedEx living his best retirement life. 

The display of his shaker skills has fans comically speculating about his second career as a band member. In the pictures, Roger is seen to be completely vibing with the members of this rock band and the fans absolutely love this collaboration. 

Federer retired aged 41 last year

On 15 September 2022, Roger Federer shared his decision about his retirement through an Instagram post. He had come to this decision due to the problematic right knee injuries and surgeries. The following week he has an emotional, tear-jerking match at the Lavers Cup where he paired up to play doubles with Rafael Nadal for his last dance. 

Part of me leaves with Federer, says emotional Nadal | Reuters

He has also revealed his retirement plans. As he Roger fans were still grieving his retirement, it felt to hear the Swiss Maestro say, “I would like to keep doing exhibition matches and I know that I still have the chance to fill stadiums.” “to commentate on some matches at Wimbledon would be great.” So he will surely be back on court soon to make all tennis fans smile!

What are your thoughts on Roger’s retirement plans? How do you think he did at the Don’t Panic performance as the ‘shaker’ of the Coldplay band? Let us know in the comments below!


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