Roger Federer has taken Latin America by storm with five city stops in seven days. It feels like a given, but his ability to fill stadiums is something that's truly out of this world.
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Latin American fans take advantage of Federer's tour
Published Nov 22, 2019
He and Alexander Zverev are taking tennis to cities that don't get to see top ATP talent in their backyards. They kicked off their tour in Santiago, Chile on Tuesday before playing in Buenos Aires, Argentina on Wednesday.
A fan in Chile wanted to be heard.
Another fan wanted to be seen.
Federer was eating it up, even holding a pose for a fan that wanted the perfect photo.
The 38-year-old and Zverev next head to Bogota, Colombia on Friday, Mexico City on Saturday, and Quito, Ecuador on Sunday.