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In pictures: The day Roger Federer came to Scotland

Roger Federer wore a kilt as he took on Andy Murray in a charity match in Glasgow.

In pictures: The day Roger Federer came to Scotland SNS Group

Roger Federer announced last week that he would undergo knee surgery for the third time in 18 months – casting doubt over whether he’ll ever play again.

Unquestionably one of the greatest ever tennis players, Federer is now 40 and told fans the operation would provide only a “glimmer of hope” that he can return to the court.

Four years ago, the Swiss maestro visited Glasgow to take on Andy Murray in a charity match at the Hydro.

From sporting a kilt to providing his Scottish opponent with some eye-catching headgear, Federer certainly had fun.

In pictures, he’s a reminder of that night in November 2017.

Pre-match, Federer revealed a picture of his younger self, kitted out in a Scotland strip.SNS Group
Federer served while wearing a kilt, much to the delight of the Scottish audience.SNS Group
The Swiss maestro takes the applause after winning a point wearing the kilt.SNS Group
Murray was also forced to dress up in some native clothing.SNS Group
Federer and Murray share a joke at the net following their match, which the Swiss won.SNS Group
Murray and Federer put on an entertaining show for the Glasgow crowd.SNS Group