Roger Federer wins championships, but he also wins hearts. On Saturday, Federer accepted an invitation to dance from a very bold Mickey Mouse at the QiZhong Stadium, where he was joining the ATP World Tour for the Shanghai Rolex Masters. There's no clear reason why they're dancing, except for the pure joy of making a fool of yourself with a Disney character:
Lots of people are making fun of Federer, and how his four kids who will one day watch this clip in horror. But, in my opinion, there's no reason to become a world famous tennis player if you're not going to get weird on camera now and then.
Hold me closer, Disney Dancerer.
Born in 1981 in Switzerland, Roger Federer was became one of the country's top junior tennis players by age 11. In 1998, he entered the pro scene and became the first Swiss man to win a Grand Slam single title with his victory at Wimbledon in 2003. Federer has the record of 20 Grand Slam singles championships and in July 2017, Federer won a record-breaking eighth Wimbledon title. According to Celebrity Net Worth, Federer makes about $70 million a year and has a net worth of around $450 million.
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