Roger Federer and Alexander Zverev set for ‘The Greatest Match’ in Mexico
Roger Federer and Alexander Zverev are to play an exhibition match in Mexico in November with the event dubbed “The Greatest Match”.
The match between 20-time Grand Slam winner Federer and world No 6 Zverev will take place on November 23 in Mexico City with more than 40,000 tickets expected to be sold.
Full details are yet to be revealed, but in a video shared on Twitter, Federer said: “I can’t wait to come and play Alexander Zverev in Mexico City on November 23. I see you there.”
No es un sueño, es una realidad.
— Mextenis (@mextenis) September 27, 2019
American doubles greats Bob and Mike Bryan, who have won 16 Grand Slam doubles titles between them, will also feature as they will take on Mexicans Santiago González and Miguel Ángel Reyes Varela.
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