Roger Federer Is Now Meeting Koalas and Kangaroos [Video]
by Tom Gainey | December 29th, 2013
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Roger Federer’s incredible off season of news continued this weekend in Brisbane where the 17-time Grand Slam champion played the role of city tourist, visiting several of the local attractions including the Koala Sanctuary.

Ahead of his first match later next week, Federer met some Koala bears and Kangaroos as he soaked the Australian wildlife.

Sunday night Federer is scheduled to meet former great Rod Laver during a special event.

Playing Brisbane for the first time, Federer will face either Jarkko Nieminen or James Duckworth in the second round.

Here’s video of the event:

Federer also posted a few shots via twitter:


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3 Comments for Roger Federer Is Now Meeting Koalas and Kangaroos [Video]

Tennis X Hippy Chic Says:

Aww cute videos Tinkerbell the koala bear.


Rogerisclass Says:

sooooo cute :) lovely Roger..

good luck Roger :))


James Says:

How is this going to help him win Brisbane title?
Kidding;)

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