Roger Federer Arrives in Shanghai [Video]
by Tom Gainey | October 8th, 2010, 10:14 am

Roger Federer has landed in Shanghai, site of the 2010 Rolex Masters which begins this weekend. The world No. 3 arrived with new coach Paul Annacone and agent Tony Godsick.

Federer called it a “pity” to have missed the 2009 event. But he said he was looking forward to the tournament this year.

Wife Mirka and the twins were not with Federer when he landed in China.

As Sean reported, Federer spoke yesterday about his season to date which you can read about here.

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6 Comments for Roger Federer Arrives in Shanghai [Video]

ertorque Says:

Fed at his very best!
Magnificent match between these guys.
Is it me or is Fed hitting less UE those days?

ertorque Says:

I was refering to the 2006 Finals against Nadal video that came up among others after the “Roger Federer arrived at Shanghai…..” video.

madmax Says:

It’s so great to see Roger looking so well, smiling and saying he is ‘ready to go!’.

Can’t wait to see him play again in Shanghai and then stockholm!

Go Roger!

Tennis Courts Says:

Can’t wait to watch my boy Federer put on a clinic this weekend.

Dari Says:

I love tennis. I have been enjoying the asian swing without roger, now that he’s here (there) its gonna get even better!
paulie ana looking pretty good himself!
Gooooo Roger!

richard tiong Says:

Both players, nadal and federer,are equally formidable.One is strength and spur.The other is think and trick.Who will come out of the cloud depends on whether the strength can overcome the trick and vice versa, each time they meet in a match.No speculation/calculation is probable until the match is over.

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