Roger Federer has been honoured by his hometown Basel, with a tram in the Swiss city being named after him. The Swiss tennis great took to social media on Friday to share pictures and a video of the tram named 'Federer Express' in his honour. "Hopping aboard the Fedexpress! Thank you for the incredible honor. It feels like just yesterday I was a boy getting to practice everyday on No.8," Federer wrote on his Instagram account. Federer posed in front of the tram in one of the pictures he shared through his account. Watch the pictures and a video of the tram below: View this post on Instagram A post shared by Roger Federer (@rogerfederer) Federer, who last played at the Wimbledon in a quarterfinal loss to Poland's Hubert Hurkacz, is currently recuperating after a knee surgery. He withdrew from the Tokyo Olympics and the US Open following a knee injury in the summer campaign. "During the grass court . . .