Roger Federer only eats Swiss Bircher ?

What do you think?


  • Total voters
    4
D

Deleted member 742196

Guest
#1


Unattributed sources reveal part of Roger Federer’s secret to success is his fondness for it.

Do you think he only eats Swiss Bircher?
 
#4


Unattributed sources reveal part of Roger Federer’s secret to success is his fondness for it.

Do you think he only eats Swiss Bircher?
And if I eat Swiss Bircher, I will win many slams.

Of course I will.

I use Roger’s racquet.
I use Roger’s strings.
I wear Roger’s shoes.
I wear Roger’s shirts.
I wear Roger’s pants.
I wear Roger’s headband
I wear Roger’s Rolex.
I copy Roger’s forehand.
I copy Roger’s backhand.

(I wish I knew what kind of underwear Roger wears, then I could wear that too.)

Of course I will.
 
D

Deleted member 742196

Guest
#5
And if I eat Swiss Bircher, I will win many slams.

Of course I will.

I use Roger’s racquet.
I use Roger’s strings.
I wear Roger’s shoes.
I wear Roger’s shirts.
I wear Roger’s pants.
I wear Roger’s headband
I wear Roger’s Rolex.
I copy Roger’s forehand.
I copy Roger’s backhand.

(I wish I knew what kind of underwear Roger wears, then I could wear that too.)

Of course I will.
LOL.

I ran a brief scan on your checklist; you’re already working on the underoos but seem to have missed out on socks.

Its well known another secret to RF’s successes are his socks:

http://zeenews.india.com/sports/ten...r-federer-wears-two-pair-of-socks_778811.html
 
#7
LOL.

I ran a brief scan on your checklist; you’re already working on the underoos but seem to have missed out on socks.

Its well known another secret to RF’s successes are his socks:

http://zeenews.india.com/sports/tennis/australian-open-2014/shorts & skirt/australian-open-roger-federer-wears-two-pair-of-socks_778811.html
Dang!

Really? I had no idea.

When I play tennis, I wear two pair of socks, also. Been doing it for a very long time.

I used to get blisters when I wore only one pair. But ever since I started wearing two pairs, I have no had a blister issues.
 
#9
And if I eat Swiss Bircher, I will win many slams.

Of course I will.

I use Roger’s racquet.
I use Roger’s strings.
I wear Roger’s shoes.
I wear Roger’s shirts.
I wear Roger’s pants.
I wear Roger’s headband
I wear Roger’s Rolex.
I copy Roger’s forehand.
I copy Roger’s backhand.

(I wish I knew what kind of underwear Roger wears, then I could wear that too.)

Of course I will.
All I am wondering about: Do you drink Champagne?
 
D

Deleted member 742196

Guest
#10
Dang!

Really? I had no idea.

When I play tennis, I wear two pair of socks, also. Been doing it for a very long time.

I used to get blisters when I wore only one pair. But ever since I started wearing two pairs, I have no had a blister issues.
What brought it to mind was my own experience. In winters I began wearing two pairs on court but after a while I pretty much always put on two pairs.

I remember Courier throwing the question in some on court interview one of the years so it’s always stuck with me occupying valuable real estate in my mind.

May the [ground] force be with you!
 
D

Deleted member 742196

Guest
#11
Insightful Fact
In all this talk about museli and champagne and socks the results of the poll at this moment indicate 100% of people believe RF only eats Swiss Bircher.
 
#15
As long as you write it "Muesli" instead of "Müesli" he'll probably not even touch it :eek:

And as it's actually more eaten for dinner (or just as an evening meal) I think it doesn't fit with his resquested night matches on tournaments. Sad! :p


Original recipe:
1 table spoon oat flakes
3 table spoons water
1-2 apples (unpeeled) & core grated
juice of half a lemon
1 table spoon sugared condensed milk
prepare fresh, mix it and add one table spoon of grated hazelnut

Enjoy.
 
Last edited:
D

Deleted member 742196

Guest
#16
Not sure whats the big deal about eating Muesli? Its a pretty standard breakfast over here.
Decadent European.

Muesli in North America is a bunch of twigs thrown at you in a bowl. If you’re exceedingly lucky, dehydrated bits of plastic in the shape of strawberries.
 
Last edited by a moderator:
D

Deleted member 742196

Guest
#18
As long as you write it "Muesli" instead of "Müesli" he'll probably not even touch it :eek:

And as it's actually more eaten for dinner (or just as an evening meal) I think it doesn't fit with his resquested night matches on tournaments. Sad! :p
My apologies. I’m quite racist when it comes to grammar nazis. Only entangle with ones that correct my English.
 
D

Deleted member 742196

Guest
#19
You’re right. And Rolex is certainly not the best watch.
To hear my brother tell it Rolex is the Calvin Klein of luxury watches.

Every time I walk into his house with my Apple Watch I’m assaulting his sense of finery.
 
#20
To hear my brother tell it Rolex is the Calvin Klein of luxury watches.

Every time I walk into his house with my Apple Watch I’m assaulting his sense of finery.
LOL

Moet is too sweet. After having too much Moet twice at horse races, and had to puke from it, you tend to feel the difference between really good Champagne and half good. Never having lots of Moet again(I hope:p).
 
D

Deleted member 742196

Guest
#21
LOL

Moet is too sweet. After having too much Moet twice at horse races, and had to puke from it, you tend to feel the difference between really good Champagne and half good. Never having lots of Moet again(I hope:p).
Champagne really isn’t my poison. After years getting completely blitzed on the stuff I learned to take my bad habits to the East.

Sake is my preferred sauce now. It works nicely in winters and summers.
 
D

Deleted member 742196

Guest
#23
Insightful Fact
In all this talk about museli and champagne and socks the results of the poll at this moment indicate 100% of people believe RF only eats Swiss Bircher.
Shocking Twist
100% of people now believe RF eats other things.
 
Top