According to a report out of Switzerland, Roger Federer’s new cow, “Desiree”, didn’t stay in the family household for long. Blick ran a story last week indicating that Federer had sold the cow at a livestock auction in Gstaad, where the 17-time Grand Slam champion was gifted the animal.
With a bad back, slumping results and two twin girls running around, Federer maybe thought he had no place for the cow in his life. So up for sale it went.
At auction, Federer’s cow fetched about $4,300 USD which was second place overall for the day. But her fate, for now, is better than Federer’s earlier cow, “Juliet”, who was turned into dinner in 2005.
The money Federer received for the cow will go to charity.
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