Recently, a video of tennis giants Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal giving friendly advice aka ‘coaching’ to tennis player Fabio Fognini, during the on-going Laver Cup, was shared on Twitter.
In the brief video, both Nadal and Federer encourage Fognini to ‘only think of positives’ and believe in himself as he gets ready for the match.
Later, Roger Federer shared the video on his Twitter account, with the caption, ‘Coach #Fedal’.
No question that the advice they give is great, but what is greater is perhaps seeing Federer and Nadal come together to bolster Fogninini’s confidence. And Twitterati is definitely in love with the #Fedal coaching duo:
The best coaching duo ever 😍😍😍😍— ForeveRFed (@FedGirlForever) September 20, 2019
Petition for both of you to be coaching partners in the future pic.twitter.com/zbyn8IiMvI— 💜🖤 (@rafaIicious) September 20, 2019
When Federer uses the #Fedal hashtag he becomes one of us as he embraces how much we absolutely love seeing those two work in tandem. It’s Christmas in September!— Alvaro Aliaga (@AlvaroAliagaB) September 20, 2019
When you see these guys you understand why the Laver Cup is such a great idea. It is a players cup ! The joy of playing and coaching is so very visible.— Etienne Grobon (@etigro) September 20, 2019
You guys are just showing off now, and we are loving it.— Not that Vinay (@semperfiutd) September 20, 2019
Honestly I’d do pretty much anything to be coached by you guys— Pαul ~ Zevent (@JustFedererFan) September 20, 2019
Coach Fedal are the strongest in the world! 👍❤️— tennislove ⭐️ (@tennislove19891) September 20, 2019
I would also like to be coached by Roger Federer every time I’m being too negative about something.— DV (@takematchpoints) September 20, 2019
If I had two of the greatest tennis players of all time coaching me, I’d just be quiet, listen, and thank my lucky stars 🤔— Eliza (@CatandCakeLover) September 20, 2019
Coach #Fedal Wow! Dream coach for any tennis player.— Joga_Bonito (@SarkarGladiator) September 20, 2019
Truly, watching Nadal and Federer come together, whether in competition or companionship, is always a treat.