Tennis Champion Roger Federer is sharing his vocal talents singing the iconic Beatles song “I get by with a little help from my friends.” This song is so appropriate in this COVID era of sheltering at home and isolation when the value of our friendships and time away from those we love is in the spotlight.
It’s not the first time we have seen the Swiss Maestro sing. He famously was joined by his backhand boys with super producer and Grammy award winner David Foster. Foster is also the writer-producer for this famous Chicago song. This happened when all these great backhanders were at Indian Wells and while Roger Federer was on his magic Sunshine Double run winning both Indian Wells and the Miami open defeating arch-rival Rafael Nadal easily in both tournaments. Perhaps the Fed should sing more and feels good about singing thanks to these wins! Might be a reason he agreed to do the new Beatles Sunrise video.
Grigor Dimitrov, Tommy Haas and Roger Federer give their rendition of the classic hit song from Chicago, Hard To Say I’m Sorry, during the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells. Video courtesy Roger Federer
Europen languages and English are not the only language that the father of two sets of twins sings. In this tweet you can see Federer sing Happy Birthday in Chinese
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In addition, Roger Federer has played violin in a Wilson promotion and was filmed singing in Swiss German with his teammates at a passionate rally.
Lots of evidence that Roger Federer enjoys using his voice in more than just yelling Allez on a winning match point.
Lots of song fun to be heard from the Maestro!