Your Fave Tennis Players Casually Caught A Ride On The London Tube Together

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Set the scene – you’re having a shit day, you have to catch the train home, everything sucks. Then there, like a shining beam of light – literally, because he’s currently World No. 1, is Novak Djokovic with the bloody GOAT Roger Federer on the London Tube, like it’s no big deal.

Yesterday – as punters hopped on the Underground – this really did happen because 8/10 of the Top Ten tennis players in the world casually got on en route to the Houses of Parliament for an official tournament launch.

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This adorable piccie was posted by ATP Finals event director Adam Hogg. Although, it does seem like Federer took the selfie. If you follow Federer on the ol’ Instagram then you’ll know he’s such an Instagram Dad and bloody froths a cheeky selfie.

Tag yourself, I’m the woman in red having a completely normal one.

So from left to right, that’s World No. 1 DjokoWorld No. 9 Kei Nishikori, World No. 8 Dominic Thiem, World No. 10 John Isner, World No. 6 Kevin Anderson, World No. 7 Marin Čilic, young gun and World No. 5 Alexander Zverev, and last but definitely not least Federer.

Who’s missing? World No. 2 Rafael Nadal and World No. 4 Juan Martin del Potro.

The tennis stars caught the Jubilee Line from Greenwich station before hopping off at Westminster. 

Per Nine NewsIsner said that “although we’ve probably all ridden on the tube a time or two, this was very different.”

“It’s a very cool way to make an entrance. There were quite a few surprised looks on the faces of folks, especially when Roger and Novak walked by. It was a pretty cool treat for them,” Isner said.

Federer alone has over five million Instagram followers and Djokovic has 4.6 million.


“WHY YOU DON’T WEAR SOCKS?” – Thiem with the sick burns.

The lads were officially launching the year-ending 2018 Nitto ATP Finals which will kick off November 11, but November 12 for us. The tournament is an elite eight-man singles final. Those eight men? You’re looking at them.

Speaking of tennis, the Australian Open will kick off from January 14 to January 27 2019.

Find your tickets, via the Aus Open website, HERE