The Swiss tennis player Roger Federer is the No. 3 world tennis professional in men’s singles tennis by the Tennis Professional Association (ATP). It has been the world’s number one ATP leader with a record total of 310 weeks and has been number 1 at the end of the year five times, with four consecutive titles.
The German professional tennis player, Alexander Sascha Zverev, is the second-youngest player in the top ten, and he remained permanent in the top five during 2018. Zverev was the 2018 ATP Final champion, who made him in ten years the youngest winner of the 2018 Championship. With three ATP masters 1000 games, He is the only active player outside Big Four.
In a Mexican bullfighting ring is the most often seen game in the history of tennis.
Roger Federer and World No. 7 Alex Zverev, of Germany, recorded a double undercard between American brother Bob, Mike Bryan and Mexico City’s Miguel Angel Reyes Varela and Santiago Gonzalez on Saturday night at an exhibition event called “The Most Great Match.”
ESPN reports that 42,517 fans were present at Plaza de Toros in Mexico City and their presence resulted in that incredible picture.
The Mexican event is part of a scheduled five-country tour of Chile, Argentina, Colombia, Mexico, and Ecuador, which would have taken Federer and Zverev, but the three-way stage of this tour has been canceled due to a curfew in Bogota caused by the Colombian political upheaval.
Serena Williams and Kim Clijsters hold the previous record from an exhibition in Belgium’s home country wherein 2010 35,681 people were at Reuters ‘ disposal to watch the pair.
While this record was nine years old, it couldn’t be almost so long. Federer and the great fellow Rafael Nadal are already preparing to record their success in South Africa in February of this year.
Location: Cape Town Stadium for 55,000 people.