Wimbledon finalist Tomas Berdych paid a visit to one of the biggest attractions that China has ever put together, the fabulous Expo 2010 Shanghai China.
World No. 7 Berdych, followed in the footsteps of Roger Federer by visiting the centre piece of the Expo, the China Provinces Pavilion, where he posed for photographs on the elevated walkway with the massive red structure behind him.
“This is my fourth time in Shanghai and every time I come back here I see so many changes in the city; it is really amazing,” said Berdych. “The Expo is fabulous and so big. There are so many people here and it looks amazing. They have an incredible job in building this whole facility.”
The 25-year-old Czech then climbed aboard a VIP buggy and went to his own national pavilion, which was almost at the extreme end of the park, where he was met by the pavilion director and posed in ice hockey gear worn by the Czech Republic world champions