Birthday buddies finally meet in London

If you ever need a reminder of just how long Roger Federer’s been around, he practiced with one of his “birthday twins” in London Tuesday.

Chun-Hsin (Jason) Tseng, the 17-year-old No. 1 junior and French Open and Wimbledon junior champion was born Aug. 8 … 2001. That’s 20 years after Federer.


Tseng, who mixed in Futures events with juniors this year, is one of the youngsters invited to London every year to get a taste of the big time. 

He also has practiced with Marin Cilic.

And Wednesday, he got to hit with his idol, Kei Nishikori.

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