Roger Federer asked Indian fans to Photoshop him next to country's greatest landmarks

The former tennis world number one's Twitter request produced some truly spectacular results

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The Independent Online

Roger Federer can usually be found commanding a baseline or zipping into the net for a bit of serve-and-volley.

But now thanks to a combination of Photoshop and Twitter, he can also be found all over India.

The former world number one is due in India early next month to take part in the inaugural International Premier Tennis League, a competition featuring current and former stars taking place across four cities: Manila, Dubai, Singapore and Delhi.

Because Federer will only have a short amount of time to visit Delhi during his stay in India, he asked his 2.2 million follows to superimpose his image onto some of the country's landmarks.


Unsurprisingly, the Swiss player got a great response. Below, we've pulled together some of the best.