Roger Federer reveals he’s hopeful to play in Tokyo due to the Typhoon Hagibis
Tokyo is having a Typhoon which caused to cancel all flights and train lines in the city,
and because of that Roger Federer was worried about the situation there.
John Isner and Roger Federer will play an exhibition match in Tokyo which scheduled on 13 October,
but because of what happened they set it for tomorrow afternoon if everything is well.Roger Federer reacts to Typhoon Hagibis in Tokyo Embed from Getty Images
For that, Roger Federer is sad for what happened in Tokyo and not good to hear that.
and He hopes that everybody is safe in Tokyo and not to get more damage.
“Yes, it’s definitely not good to hear this news about the typhoon,”
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“So I hope everybody is safe, and I hope everybody is good there.”
Talking about the match Federer mentioned He will fly whenever He can,Roger Federer reacts to Typhoon Hagibis in Tokyo Embed from Getty Images
because the airports are all closed and there was no chance for any airplane to get closer there.
“Now I think it should pass by Sunday maybe, from what I’m hearing hopefully, or Saturday, Sunday, I’m not sure.“
“I’ll fly whenever I can, and I hope that the match takes place Monday afternoon. Yeah.”