Roger Federer is no longer the most followed Swiss sportsman on Instagram! Alisha Lehman ousted the 20-time Grand Slam champion. The beautiful Swiss girl is one of the strongest soccer players on the planet, and she plays the role of striker in Aston Villa, an English soccer team, and in the Swiss national team.
Heralding her social overtaking was prophetically thought of by an inscription on her 24th birthday cake, with the inscription: “Swiss Queen” A few weeks after her celebrations, Lehmann saw her followers gradually increase and reach the fateful figure of 11.4 million followers.
Federer, who paradoxically began to use social networks continuously at the end of his career, is instead stuck at 11.2 million.
Federer is no longer the most followed Swiss sportsman on social media
Lehmann’s career took a turn in 2016, when she left Konolfingen to join Swiss women’s Serie A side Young Boys.
The nine goals she scored in her first season drew West Ham’s attention to her. Lehmann then enjoyed a brief spell at Everton before signing a new contract with Aston Villa. Her debut for the national team came on 5 April 2018.
After each goal, the Swiss player remembers her true idol by indicating the number seven, namely Cristiano Ronaldo. Lehmann has never hidden her passion for social media and she has always paid close attention to this aspect since the beginning of her career as a professional athlete.
Federer, on the other hand, has certainly thought more about the court than about glory on the web. The fan-favorite tennis player said goodbye to the tennis world last year at the Laver Cup by playing one last tournament in the company of his two arch-rivals Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal.
Uniqlo, to celebrate Federer’s career, has launched a new version of the RF Cap and a premium T-shirt that enhances the elegant style shown on the pitch on every occasion. Federer told on the Uniqlo website: “The RF cap has been a special part of my tennis career and has allowed me to connect with my amazing fans.
I feel grateful for all the love and support. I hope people can enjoy this new commemorative edition.”
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