Roger Federer Rescues Young Boy From the Crowd

Roger Federer showed his gentle side yet again when he saved a young boy from being crushed by the crowd.

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Roger Federer raises his racquet after winning against John Isner in the fourth round of the US Open. (Photo: Reuters) 

Roger Federer showed his gentle side yet again when he saved a young boy from being crushed by the crowd. After the 17-time grand slam champion dispatched John Isner in the fourth round, Federer carried out his usual chore of signing autographs on his way out of the court.

But this time, Federer stopped for a moment and noticed that a child was getting crushed by the crowd (eager to get his autograph) in the front row. The 34-year-old asked the security to take out the kid from the stands. And then the Swiss made the kid’s life by signing his hat and tennis ball.

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