Jesus, a Federer fan, wakes from 11-year coma, stunned to see his idol still on top

Jesus from Spain was critically injured in a serious car accident which left him in a coma since December 2004--the year when Federer was ranked world number one, winning three of the four grand slams of the year. Federer has never fallen out of the top-10 in world rankings since 2002.

Roger Federer has never fallen out of the top-10 in the rankings since 2002. He is currently World No. 2.   -  AP

Roger Federer recently helped Switzerland win against the Netherlands in Davis Cup play-offs.   -  Reuters

Jesus, who woke up from a 11-year coma, didn't know about Novak Djokovic, who was ranked 186th in 2004.   -  AP

Roger Federer finished runner-up to Novak Djokovic at the US Open this year.   -  AP

Jesus Aparicio, a die-hard Roger Federer fan, who came out of a 11-year-coma, was shocked when he learned that his idol is still producing top-notch performance at the age of 34.

Jesus from Spain was critically injured in a serious car accident which left him in a coma since December 2004--the year when Federer was ranked world number one, winning three of the four grand slams of the year.

On 27th August 2015, Aparicio suddenly woke up and called his mother, with memories of his accident intact. He curiously asked about family, friends and current affairs and also about his Swiss hero.

“It came like a flash to my mind and I asked about Roger,” Aparicio was quoted as saying by >tennisworldusa.org.

“I thought he had retired. When I knew that at 34 years old, he is still playing and is number two in the world, I thought they were kidding me. I could not believe it,” he said.

“When I heard that he reached 17 slam titles, I put my hands on my face. I knew Federer was very good but I never thought he could win all he has won.”

Aparicio also revealed that he wants to see Federer's match before he draw curtains on his illustrious career. The Swiss maestro failed to beat Novak Djokovic twice in Grand Slam finals this year at Wimbledon and US Open.