20-time Grand Slam winner Roger Federer bid adieu to his illustrious career after playing an emotional doubles match alongside his professional rival and long-time friend Rafael Nadal at Laver Cup in London. The duo shares great rivalry over the majority years of their career but melted down in tears when Federer gave his final farewell speech.
The picture of Federer-Nadal sitting next to each other and sobbing instantly broke the internet as it triggered strong emotions in people all around the world.
However, England's veteran pacer Stuart Broad saw a lighter side of the picture as he mocked his teammate and long-time bowling partner, James Anderson. The due has been defying age from quite some time now and still possesses the capability of the highest degree to leave any batter clueless.
While Anderson is a leading wicket-taker in the Test format among pacers, Stuart Broad is the second. Broad took to Instagram stories to share the viral image of Federer and Nadal crying and wrote "Me, when @jimmya9 retires in 2053..." Broad didn't stop there as he shared another morphed picture with James Anderson and wrote, "Who's done that? Still trucking in 2060 by the looks of it," again tagging Anderson.
Meanwhile, Federer could not emerge victorious in the last match as the duo were outplayed by the pair of Jack Sock and Frances Tiafoe. Hours after Federer played his last professional game, Nadal too withdraw himself from the Laver Cup due to personal reasons. Cameron Norrie is set to replace Nadal in Team Europe.