Roger Federer and Serena Williams united by the love of the Avengers

In addition to being two tennis icons, sharing selfies together on the court, and so much more, Roger Federer and Serena Williams share their love for The Avengers, the superhero team made famous by the Marvel production studios.

If Serena Williams recently shared that she trained with Iron Man and Thor’s hammer for the 1st round of Wimbledon against Harmony Tan, Roger Federer announced Andy Murray’s participation in the Laver Cup with an Instagram story using the phrase ” Avengers Assemble!”

Serena Williams trained with Iron Man and Thor’s hammer

Serena Williams has revealed how she’s preparing for the first round of Wimbledon after being away from the courts for a year, and it involves a lot of mental relaxation instead of the tennis courts.

Serena shared a video on Instagram of herself tackling a Thor’s Hammer LEGO puzzle while watching Iron Man. “In case you’re wondering how I prepare for Wimbledon: I relax my mind by making LEGOs,” Serena says at the beginning of the video.

He then showed that he has already started building the LEGO version of Thor’s hammer. “Thor: Love and Thunder is coming out, so I want to be on the brand,” Williams said. Roger Federer assembled the Avengers of Europe.

Three-time Major winner Andy Murray will make his debut at the Laver Cup in London on September 23-25. Andy will fight for Team Europe against his supporters in the fifth edition of the Laver Cup, joining Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal on the blue side.

These three players have been confirmed for the fifth edition of the Laver Cup, with other top-level competitors expected to join them in the coming weeks. Andy hasn’t been able to compete in the last four editions of the Laver Cup due to injury, but he’s finally looking forward to shining in front of his crowd at the O2 Arena.

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