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Federer visits the Met museum with Anna Wintour
Published Aug 28, 2018
While playing the US Open is a full-time gig, some players still find a little time to explore the Big Apple beyond the courts of Flushing Meadows. On Monday, Roger Federer took a trip to the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Walking with him through the halls of the museum was Anna Wintour, the fashion icon who has had a long friendship with the GOAT. Federer was specifically there to check out the museum's latest exhibition, Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination.
Of course, the Swiss couldn't resist from taking at least one selfie after his visit.
Federer is set to play Yoshihito Nishioka in the first round, beginning his bid for his sixth US Open title.