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Roger Federer reveals his insane goal as soon as he retires from tennis

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Tennis star Roger Federer recently took on a new role. Become an ambassador for Swiss tourism. The living legend is definitely enjoying his new role and has participated in a number of promotional activities related to Switzerland.

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Roger Federer recently spoke about mountain biking activities. There are a number of regions in Switzerland where people ride bicycles. Cycling is a serious activity that is considered a sport, especially in regions like the Swiss Alps and the Bernese Mountains.

Roger Federer celebrates his individual victory against Great Britain Cameron Noori on the second day of the Hopman Cup 2019 at the RAC Arena in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Paul Kane / Getty Images)

Swiss citizens talked about this topic and advertiserAnd the “I was told that there are almost 65,000 kilometers of cycle paths in Switzerland. Hiking and cycling are everyone’s favorite activities in Switzerland.

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“Some great hiking trails that I love are the Gstaadstrasse in the Bernese Alps. It’s not brutal up and down, but a more even slope that is great for hiking. The same applies to Appenzell, which is very pleasant and not very pleasant popular place. “

Roger Federer spent some time in the Swiss mountains after injuring himself in 2016

When he injured himself after Wimbledon in 2016, he took a break from the men’s tour. During this time he wandered in the Swiss regions. However, he wants to circumnavigate Switzerland if he decides to hang up his shoes. The former Grand Slam champion is very familiar with the geography of his nation.

Melbourne, Australia: Roger Federer plays a backhand during his men’s singles match against US tennis Sandgren on day 9 of the 2020 Australian Open at Melbourne Park in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Andy Cheung / Getty Images)

The 39-year-old added“When I was injured in 2016, I spent a lot of time on the hiking trails in Gräubunden, where I now live. One of my goals when I retire is to have time to explore our mountain bike trails has grown really big in Switzerland because we want to do mountain regions all year round. “

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Roger Federer is back on tour after 14 months. He played at the ATP 250 event in Doha. He is scheduled to take part in the ATP event in Geneva next week. It will be interesting to see the performance of the Swiss ace in the upcoming tournaments.

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