Federer Shares Condolences Following Queen Elizabeth II’s Passing

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Roger Federer shared his condolences to the Royal Family and Great Britain on Thursday following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

“I am deeply saddened by the passing of Her Royal Majesty,” Federer wrote on Twitter. “Her elegance, grace and loyalty to her duty will live on in history. I would like to send my thoughts and condolences to the entire Royal Family and Great Britain.”

Federer and other tennis stars including Serena Williams, Novak Djokovic, Andy Roddick, Venus Williams and Caroline Wozniacki met the Queen at Wimbledon in 2010 when she attended the grass-court Grand Slam, her first visit to The Championships in 33 years. The Queen watched Andy Murray defeat Jarkko Nieminen.

“Just enjoyed sitting right next to her at lunch really and getting a chance to know what kind of a person she is, because you hear a lot obviously about people of her status,” Federer said at the time. “It was nice. She was very friendly, very relaxed. You could tell she’s done this a million times. She made everybody feel very special at the table, one of those things you’ll never forget, and be able to tell to your kids or someone down the line.”

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