Federer moves forward, but Kerber goes out at Wimbledon

Jul 07, 2019, 00:33
Federer moves forward, but Kerber goes out at Wimbledon

She's appeared at several tennis events since becoming a duchess, maintains a court at her home, and is a patron of the Lawn Tennis Association, which hosts Wimbledon every year.

She watched British player Harrier Dart beat American Christina McHale and saw Anglique Kerber win against fellow German Tatjana Maria on centre court.

Royal connections have helped budding tennis player Prince George receive some coaching from one of the most talented men to swing a racket.

Admirers and fans of the Duchess are aware of her affinity towards sports since she previously even attended The Championship with husband Prince William, previously, looking stylish as ever!

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During royal appearances, the Duchess of Cambridge regularly gets involved with sporting activities such as soccer, hockey and netball. "I think you should ask Jay about his reasons, that's all I want to say".

The 31-year-old German, who came into the tournament in form having reached the final at Eastbourne, made her earliest exit since losing in the same round in 2013.

"I'll be watching, I know that", Federer said.

The tennis champion became a good friend of the Duchess' sister, Pippa Middleton, when she interviewed him for Vanity Fair magazine in 2013. "I was able to implement what I wanted to right away and put the pressure straight back on her".

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Meanwhile a year ago, Kate spoke about her love for the sport as she joined a tennis training session at a primary school in Mitcham, south London.

Now Roger Federer is playing his part in helping to further the prospects of a Next-Gen player from Britain's royal family - one who is likely to end up being known as King George VII.

"Yes we spoke about that and she was very impressed with Coco's performance", she said.

She was spotted taking her seat at an outside court at Wimbledon where British player Harriet Dart was in action.

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"She was very interested to hear what my thoughts were and what Katie's thoughts were on the game, she was clearly enjoying the tennis as well".