Rules are rules in Australia, regardless of whether you are a 20-times Grand Slam champion and a standout amongst the most unmistakable individuals on earth.
Roger Federer found that out this week when he was blocked access to a locker room at the Australian Open by a security watch who accepted his position truly.
A video trending on Twitter on Saturday demonstrated the Swiss twofold shielding hero slowed down at the passageway for coming up short on his competition accreditation.
Players, staff, and media all wear identification badges around their necks to get to anchor zones at Melbourne Park and much Federer was not permitted to easily finish without it.
There was no contention from the 37-year-old, be that as it may, and he ceased and trusted that his escort will get up to speed with him.
He was at last let in when one of his group flashed the identification at the security watch, who gestured and grinned with the fulfillment of knowing he not been tricked by a doppelganger.
Federer will proceed with his offer for a record seventh Australian Open title against Greece’s Stefanos Tsitsipas in the fourth round on Sunday.