Roger Federer, the Swiss veteran, shares his secrets on styling and further reveals how his looks and choices evolved with time.
The 40-year-old is famous for his exceptional skills in the sport, thus many young players look up to the Swiss. However, aside from his game many also admire his classic styling looks.
In a recent interview with LifeWear, the brand Federer endorses, he shared his thoughts on fashion aside from his game.
Federer reported, “I would think it’s evolved, my style. Not that I was dressed like a bum when I was younger, but, you know, I didn’t really know what to wear. Well, you’ve got to be confident in how you wear your clothes. That’s always an advice I’ve gotten over the years, is that you wear the clothes, not the clothes wear you.”
“Just take some chances, you know, and go for it and see what you feel most comfortable with. And the good thing is, I was born in ’81, but then, of course, grew up in the 90s and I’m a 90s kid. Things were really baggy at that time.”
“And then things become really fitted, you know, like the nowadays I walk around, especially on the court, looks have changed completely. So I went from baggy to quite preppy and crisp-looking. And I don’t know, I’m trying to maintain that a little bit, even though the looser looks are coming back again.” The swiss further added.
” So it’s for me, it feels like I’m going back to the 90s a little bit, but I’ve bounced around a little bit. But I wanted to keep it really timeless and very stylish and very classic, you know, for the most part, but with a little edge, a little twist to modern. You know, I think it is important to go with the times as well, of course.”
What is going on with Roger Federer other than his evolving looks?
Federer has been out of the sport for over a year because of two knee surgeries and he missed most of the 2020 season. He made a comeback this season but failed to make a mark. Therefore, the Swiss again went on a small break to rest his body and work on his form.
Federer is gearing up for the upcoming Roland Garros. However, prior to the Grand Slam, the former World No.1 took part in the Geneva Open in his hometown. But Rog again lost in the 250 event to the Spaniard Pablo Andujar with a score of 4-6, 6-4, 4-6.
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The World No.8 took part in the tournament to adapt to the clay court, so he can perform well in the French Open. However, Roger Federer needs to upgrade his game, as the Grand Slam will be more competitive and harder than the ATP 250. Further, his old rivals like Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, and also the next generation is a constant threat to the great veteran.
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