If you’re still a bit cut over One Direction’s split then no worries - there’s a new boyband in town and it features Roger Federer, Grigor Dimitrov and Tommy Haas.
Federer, Dimitrov and Haas make up the ‘Backhand Boys’ - and if first impressions are anything to go by - the trio look certainties to eclipse the success of popular late 90s boybands the Backstreet Boys and N’Sync.
After giving us a sneak peak of their talents during the Australian Open, Federer took to Twitter on Friday to release the studio version of “Hard To Say I’m Sorry” - the classic 80s tune from American rock band Chicago.
Featuring a cameo from Novak Djokovic, the one-handed Backhand Boys showcase their soaring vocals over some production work from David Foster - Haas’ father-in-law.
Obviously the trio have been putting in the hard yards since Melbourne, and we think it’s only a matter of time before Federer, Dimitrov and Haas begin to incorporate some choreographed dances moves into their performances.
Stay tuned for the release of their debut album…
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