October 21, 2011 1:14 PM EST
Roger Federer Returns! [PHOTOS & VIDEO]
Credit Suisse, Roger Federer's sponsor, announced a contest where the winner will get a chance to win an all expensed trip to London and meet the famous tennis player in person. As the rules of the contest states:
"The winner will fly by business class to London on November 19 and spend three nights there in a top-class hotel at Canary Wharf. The highlight of the stay will be a meeting with Roger Federer," said Credit Suisse in a statement.
"Depending on his match schedule, the meeting will take place on Sunday, November 20 or Monday, November 21. The return flight will then be on November 22, once again in business class. So that the winner does not have to travel alone they can take along a person of their choice for whom the same conditions apply."
To join the contest, fans should choose their preferred ending from two of Federer's commercial ending in the new Credit Suisse commercial. In order to vote, visit their Facebook page before their contest closes on Nov. 6.
It seems like this would be one of the promotional campaigns for Federer's comeback. In spring this year, Federer slipped rank from 2 to 3 making Djokovic. In the recent ATP rankings, for the first time since the Wimbledon '03, Federer drops from the top 3 and takes fourth place as Novak Djokovic ends the year as the world number one player.
Just this week, he withdraws from the Shanghai Masters due to some niggling injuries. Although Federer has an Olympic gold in the doubles he may be on the lookout to win another gold in the singles and the 2012 might be his chance to do it.
"The gold medal in the London Olympics, at Wimbledon. That gold medal, I still don't have it, but Olympic gold has always represented something special to me," Federer made his ambitions clear in his recent interview in French magazine "L'Equipe."
"I'm looking forward to what's coming next. There are still important goals for me, starting with my hometown tournament in Basel, the London Masters...and I imagine I'll be very hungry at the next Australian Open," Federer talks about plans for his comeback.
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