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Should Federer visit the Taj? Or the Ganges? Help the Swiss ace...

September 24, 2014 18:18 IST
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Jay Price (@JayPrice21): '@rogerfederer Go to the Taj Mahal'. Photograph courtesy: Twitter

Roger Federer took Twitter by storm when he asked his fans in India to photoshop him at interesting locations around the country.

Immediately after the Swiss ace confirmed participation in the International Premier Tennis League (IPTL), replacing an injured Rafael Nadal in the Indian Aces squad, he tweeted: "India, here I come! Looking forward to playing two matches in Delhi on December 7th & 8th. I'm beyond excited!

"I need some help from my supporters in India. I'm only in Delhi for a few days, so can't visit all amazing places that I'd like...

"Maybe you guys could help #PhotoshopRF? Show me where I should visit and I'll retweet the best pics!

The reaction was instant.

Fans across India are now photo-shopping his picture and the results are amazing. Take a look.

Rameez @Sychlops 'Follow 2nd attempt.' Photograph courtesy: Twitter

#TeamBelinda (@FanOfBencic) asks Federer to 'go to the "Holi Festival". I hope you like colors!' . Photograph courtesy: Twitter



Michelle Franklin (‏@Sluggy_Hollow) wants Federer to 'take a dip in the Ganges.' Photograph courtesy: Twitter

Sarah Downs (@sarah19_89) tells @rogerfederer 'Don't forget to take a Rickshaw!'  Photograph courtesy: Twitter

Jay Kamath @ghostfacekamath: '@rogerfederer You must lead an expedition into the dunes of Jaisalmer, Rajastan. It is your destiny.' Photograph courtesy: Twitter

iamalan (@i_amalan): '@rogerfederer experience Chennai city' Photograph courtesy: Twitter

The tennis ace seemed very excited with some of the results. 'You guys are so creative.. It's been amazing and so entertaining looking through #PhotoshopRF,' he wrote after checking out the initial rush of pictures from all around the world.

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