The Swiss legend, Roger Federer makes pizza in New York and shows off his pizza-making skills. Roger went to Scarr’s Pizza in the city of New York and honed his skills in making pizza.
Roger Federer is the Swiss legend and the former World No.1 who held the position for straight 310 Weeks. Federer has the stat sheet with 103 singles title wins. Also, he is quoted as the most successful and the greatest Swiss tennis player ever lived.
Roger Federer was seen enjoying while he makes pizza in a video series published by Uniqlo Uniqlo on their YouTube channel. Not to mention that Federer is also the global brand ambassador for the firm. He says that pizza is something he has been making for quite a while in his free time. Federer learned the essentials of pizza making from none other than the owner of the store himself. Scarr Pimentel, the owner of Scarr’s Pizza is known for its authentic and delicious pizza in New York City. Seeing Roger cook in the kitchen, the owner found contentment.
This all is part of a video series by Uniqlo. The series is called ”24 Hours with Roger Federer in NYC”, and this series is a collection of four videos. The video which we are seeing is titled ”Rolling in the Dough”. The video series brings to us the daily lifestyle of Roger Federer as he explores the street of The United States of America. Where he interacts and meets with the people.
Roger was seen enjoying the slice of pizza which he made with the guidance of the professional. They both, the owner and Roger were in delight after having the pizza’s bite. Scarr’s Pizza is located on the lower east side of Manhattan, NYC.
Roger Federer singing with Coldplay
Before the start of the 2023 Wimbledon, the Swiss GOAT, Roger Federer was seen grabbing a mic in his hands. Roger was seen performing with the popular band Coldplay.
In the video, Roger was seen singing with the band’s main person Chris Martin. Chris was introducing Roger as “an original band member” of the band who has left to pursue another occupation and now he is back. This concert was held on the stage in Zurich.
The songwriter and lead vocalist for the band then says, “The band’s back together”, before they launch into Don’t Panic, one of the songs from the album Parachutes. At one point during the song, Martin asks the rest of the band to go quiet and urges Federer to continue with his shaker solo.