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Federer admits ‘breakdown’ after Bogota match cancelled

Roger Federer admits he suffered a “bit of a breakdown” during last month’s tour of Mexico and South America after rioting in Colombian capital Bogota…

Roger Federer admits he suffered a “bit of a breakdown” during last month’s tour of Mexico and South America after rioting in Colombian capital Bogota forced him to cancel his exhibition match against German’s Alexander Zverev.

The 38-year-old’s five-country tour is covered in broadcaster ESPN’s candid documentary ‘Roger Federer: Everywhere is Home’ which will air on 17 December.

It charts the 20-time Grand Slam champion’s journey, including the history-making match in Mexico City bullring when a 42 517 delirious fans watched him take on German Zverev – a record crowd for a tennis match.

 

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