Roger Federer is a ‘God of the sporting world’ and the ‘perfect athlete’ – Arvind Parmar Parmar was commentating on the Live event in Glasgow on Tuesday night. It was Federers first trip to Scotland as he locked horns with Murray to raise money for Unicef and Scottish charity Sunny-sid3up. The Swiss legend, who has won 19 Grand Slam titles, was in good spirits throughout as he donned a kilt on his way to a 6-3 3-6 10-6 win. Parmar, whose career highlight was stepping in for Murray to play Novak Djokovic in a Davis Cup tussle in 2005, said: He is a God in the sporting world. Hes so influential in sport. So many sports people look up to him and how he carries himself. Hes the perfect athlete, the longevity has been there and he has been remarkable. Hes gone from strength to strength. Fellow commentator Simon Reed agreed and said: Hes accrued $109million on court and you can triple that off court. Hes still the worlds most remarkable athlete in any sport. He is six times the Swiss athlete of the year, hes even had a special stamp commissioned.
Hes a God around the tennis and sporting world. FEDERER TO CHANGE HIS SURNAME? Roger Federer joked about having a new surname after beating Andy Murray – Kilterer! The Swiss legend was given Irn Bru and some of Murrays grannys homemade shortcake ahead of the match. And so immersed was Federer in Scottish culture by the match, he even played a service game wearing a kilt! Federer posted a picture of himself playing a backhand in the kilt and wrote: Kilterer. It was retweeted more than 9,000 times..