Roger Federer`s cow auctioned off for charity
Washington: Seven-time Wimbledon Champion Roger Federer`s cow named Desire, which was gifted by the organizers of the ATP Gstaad tournament, has been auctioned and sold at a price of about 4320 dollars, with the proceeds going to charity.
According to tennisworldusa.org, Desire was the second most expensive cows sold out of 41 that were auctioned off, the most expensive cow being Leonore, sold for 5550 francs.
Federer had also received a cow in 2003, which had been named `Juliette,` the report said.
The player is currently scheduled to play the Western and Southern Open Masters Series event in Cincinnati starting on Monday.
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