This is how Alcaraz lived Federer’s farewell to his double with Nadal

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A double in between Roger Federer41 years old, and Rafael Nadal, 36, as the official farewell to the Swiss. They starred in a rivalry that led to one of the great classics in sports, over time they adopted a great personal relationship, of constant communication. The one from Basel warns the one from Manacor in time so that he is ready for his farewell, actively relying on him.

And ‘Fedal’ came true, repeated twice Prague Laver Cup 2017. On another, more special occasion. To hang up his racket, the Helvetian chose the Spanish. As special guests, the American pair formed by Frances Tiafoe and Jack Sock.

Europe against the United States in the tournament. All to Federer and Nadal. Tennis has turned upside down with a duo that has 42 Grand Slam titles, but above all a lot of charisma. They are an example for future generations and those to come.

Among the remaining students, the Murcian Carlos Alcaraz. He had a new feat, in his native Murcia this time, to commemorate his US Open title and world number one. In the 19 year reign. Tired but willing not to miss two of his unmistakable references as a child.

One from El Palmar showed his feelings on witnessing the event through messages on Twitter.

“Who’s watching the Laver Cup?” he asked.

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Soon he answered himself: “Of course!”. Raise of hand.

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“Scenes!” First tears watching Federer and Nadal enter the O2 in London.

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Next, three crying emojis. Gets a general sense of loss watching Federer leave the circuit.

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Alcaraz was left unable to fulfill the dream of officially competing against the Swiss, but hopes to one day do so in an exhibition.

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“Federer doing Federer stuff,” he wrote in reference to the ball he hit right into the hole between the post and the net tape. A miracle. Something is different.

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Carlos Alcaraz is happy. No doubt according to their messages.

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And he will miss Roger Federer, just like everyone else. The broken heart.

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Source: La Verdad

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