“It’s Always Weird to Hear My Own Voice”- Roger Federer Wants to Change after His First Beatles Song

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Roger Federer will forgo the rest of the period in the 2020 season, while his often appearances in media that fulfill his place in the tennis tours. In a row, he recently amazed his fans with a Beatles classic song “With a Little Help From My Friends.”

Although the Swiss maestro has won 20 Grand Slam titles in front of thousands of audiences, he is singing a Beatles song in public for the first time in his career. However, Federer thrilled everyone in his first attempt in the new Sunrise spot. 

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Additionally, Roger has been the brand ambassador for a swiss telecommunications provider Sunrise since 2014.   

In a recent interview with 20 minutes, Roger Federer shared about his singing talent and his first Beatles song shooting experiences. 

“I Really Had to Overcome Myself”- Federer 

Federer answered when he was asked where do you sing loudly, in a private situation. He said, “In the car with my children.”

Roger, talking about his first public singing, explained, “Yes, I really had to overcome myself. But it made it a lot easier to sing along in a group because I knew that my voice wouldn’t be heard that much next to the many super voices. But the practice and the additional coaching certainly helped.”

While all-time tennis great Roger Federer has participated in numerous interviews, he still has concerns over his vocal. 

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39-years-old went on to describe his voice, “Well, as not very good (laughs). Even though I’ve done so many interviews, it’s always weird to hear my own voice. But it has a lot of Spa ss made on a stage with big ss to sing like singers. They were all day great supporters, and we had a great time.”

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