Roger Federer‘s Luxurious Houses – Outside tennis court where he is King, Roger is a very simple person and prefers to dine at simple restaurants and waits in line like the general public. The Swiss Maestro is known for his humbleness and his respect for other sportsmen and fellow rivals and even “Rafael Nadal” with whom he forms the greatest tennis rivalry of all time, is his best friend. The champion once said, “I’m just a normal guy and all my winning shots were just “lucky.”
Despite its simplicity, he doesn’t abdicate the basic luxuries, as elegant and luxurious homes and apartments as well as a car Mercedes Benz SLS AMG Roadster, and he bought a private jet to travel to games all over the world. Federer is also known for his humanitarian work and was named 2010 Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum in recognition of his leadership, accomplishments and contributions to society.
Federer’s Dubai apartment
Roger Federer also owns a lavish apartment in Dubai apart from properties in Switzerland. He has chosen this location as a base of training to get used to heat and different weather conditions from his home country Switzerland. Roger said: “I remember it was brutally hot, I think like 39 Celsius every day. But I had a good time practising, it was peace and quiet and me kind of enjoyed it here. I was like, ‘You know, I think this works well for practice and leisure’. The next thing I knew, I had an apartment.”
Location: The lavish apartment is located in Dubai
Crap Curver villa
Location: the house is located in the Swiss village of Valbella in Switzerland.
Accommodation: It’s a Swiss-style Modern Chalet and also includes some surrounding land with a tennis court. The house is very spacious and serene and has woodwork and panelling work throughout which matches the furniture and entire focus is to keep the spaces open and aesthetically appealing. The Swiss Alps have long been a favourite retreat of the Swiss-born tennis star.
Neighbourhood: Switzerland is home to many famous celebrities like Shania Twain, Bernie Ecclestone and Michael Schumacher.
Federer owns a lakeside penthouse in Wollerau, south of Zurich, on the southeast shores of Lake Zurich which is the largest city in Switzerland. The place is also known for a large number of tourists every year and it’s a leading global city and among the world’s largest financial centres.