Funny, sweet conversations on Twitter is not a new thing, but a chat between Swiss tennis star Roger Federer and star Indian Batsman Sachin Tendulkar is something one cannot miss.
Impressed by Federer's hand-eye coordination during his pre-quarters clash with Adrian Mannarino in the ongoing Wimbledon championship, Tendulkar took to Twitter and suggested the World number two to exchange notes on cricket and tennis.
"As always, great hand-eye co-ordination. @rogerfederer, let's exchange notes on cricket and tennis after you win your 9th Wimbledon title," Tendulkar tweeted.
Replying to the master blaster's tweet, Federer tweeted an adorable message saying, "why wait? I'm ready to take notes! @sachin_rt".
Continuing with the conversation, the right-hand batsman agreed to give the twenty times Grand Slam champion some 'straight drive' lessons in exchange of 'backhand' tips.
Tendulkar further wished Federer for the tournament and hoped to catch up with him in next year's Wimbledon.
Sachin, who is a fan and friend of Roger Federer, has often attended Wimbledon clashes of the tennis star.
On a related note, Roger Federer is slated to play his Wimbledon quarter-final against South-African Kevin Anderson on Wednesday.