Roger Federer Drives a Tram, Estoril Interview [Video]
by Tom Gainey | May 5th, 2010, 9:27 am
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Top ranked Roger Federer joined a group of budding young tennis stars for tour of Estoril by way of a tram.

Federer was back in the passenger section with kids for much of the 40-minute ride but the Swiss star managed to sneak to the front to try driving the tram.

“I am very used to drive around in trams,” said Federer who plays later today in Estoril. “I used to travel to practice back in Basel on the tram in winter and with the bike in summer time. It does not feel too unusual to me.”

Federer also gave a press conference later in the day where he spoke about the week ahead and his game.


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One Comment for Roger Federer Drives a Tram, Estoril Interview [Video]

Ezorra Says:

Sorry Fed fans, I just got this one and don’t know where to put it so I put it here…

Ernest Gulbis used to be an actor when he was a kid!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p6aB2V4eG20

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