Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Style Log In Log In Today’s Paper Style | Can Roger Federer Break a Sweat? Advertisement Supported by On the eve of the U.S. Open, the tennis world’s GOAT coolly charms both fans and corporate sponsors at a Uniqlo meet and greet. ByGuy Trebay Aug. 23, 2019, 12:18 p.m. ET Can being relatable be considered a superpower? It was steamy dog day afternoon at the Uniqlo flagship on Fifth Avenue. At the center of the mezzanine sales floor a curtained booth had been constructed for a round of press interviews preceding a question-and-answer session. Attending this event was a horde of Federer fans, a number of Mr. Federer, who is Swiss, may be that. He is surely the most elegant and balletic athlete on the pro tennis circuit. He is also, assuredly, the richest. That is largely because he is what his biggest groupie, as the Vogue editor Anna Wintour calls herself, once termed an incredible businessman — one who, when he left behind a two-decade-long relationship with Nike in 2018, segued into a But of course he is still very much in the game. “At some point, you probably ask… Read full this story
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