Roger Federer Practiced In Central Park For The U.S. Open

It’s U.S. Open week, the end of tennis being a relevant sport until next spring’s Australian Open. But the U.S. Open is always a fun event, landing where it does on the American sports calendar, and taking place in the vicinity of late-summer New York City. New Yorkers are probably used to seeing more famous people than most, but that’s still not going to prepare you to see Roger Federer step out onto a Central Park tennis court to get his work in for the day.

And yet, that’s exactly what happened:


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