An unofficial Freddie Mercury fan page in Instagram, Freddie Mercury Club posted a bunch of new photos of Queen legend Freddie Mercury and showed his skills in Tennis.
According to the sources, Freddie also was a successful boxer and a really good tennis player. The photo below was taken by Richard Young in 1987.
A fan has shared his opinion on Freddie’s talent and said:
“If a person is talented, then he is talented in everything. It’s all about Freddie, talented in everything. “
Freddie’s school report cards at St. Peters describe him as:
“An accomplished boxer, a good singer, an outstanding pianist, an unbeatable table tennis player….”
You can see the photo right below.
View this post on Instagram
💥Freddie the Tennis Champion💥 . ✨Freddie's school report cards at St. Peters describe him as: "An accomplished boxer, a good singer, an outstanding pianist, an unbeatable table tennis player…." (yes you read that right he was freaking UNBEATABLE 💪 ) . ✨Also according to Peter Freestone, Freddie was not only proficient in table tennis and tennis but also "in later life he would enjoy watching tennis on tv with occasional games when he was near a tennis court." . 👉P.S. Freddie playing tennis as a pro is such a turn on. But did you really expect the man to do anything less than perfectly? I really wish there was a footage of him playing but I treasure these photos so much. I mean look at Freddie's fabulous yellow shoes and his awesome poses. 😏🔥 . 📷 Freddie on the tennis court at the Pikes Hotel in Ibiza on May 28, 1987 photographed by Richard Young . #FreddieMercury #tennis
Yesterday, we published an article about The Beatles legend Paul McCartney talking on what he really thinks about late Queen frontman Freddie Mercury.
Here’s what Paul McCartney said about Freddie:
“Freddie always had a good voice. That’s always been the anchor of that group I think and Brian good guitar player as well you know they’ve had musical skill.
I think you can tell when a band’s got musical skill. But I think there’s a say, the first thing you heard with Queen was Freddie’s voice. And it’s the same as it was then. It’s a very strong voice. A very distinctive voice. And you recognize that this guy knows what he’s doing.”
Click here to read the article.