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It goes without saying that Roger Federer is already one of the greatest, if not the greatest tennis players to grace us with his presence. The Swiss giant has had a career like no other and even though he is late in his 30s and is close to retiring, he keeps showing us that age […] Continue to read full article...

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Mar/21

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How Should Roger Federer Retire?

By Scoop Malinowski The inevitable day when Roger Federer decides to stop playing professional tennis is approaching. This monumental moment will have a devastating impact on the economy of the sport and also millions of ardent Federer enthusiasts all over the planet. But it’s going to happen. All great things must come to an end. […] Continue to read full article...

Mar/21

2

How Federer Hired Agent Godsick

Roger Federer is the ultimate champion in tennis. He’s won 20 majors and has earned over $100 million in prize money. That’s not counting the additional millions from endorsements, such as the ten year, $300m Uniqlo contract Federer signed in 2018 (at age 36). Last year Federer earned approxiomately $106 million, about $100m from endorsements. […] Continue to read full article...

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Nov/19

26

Tennis Mentions In My New Book “The Book Of Joy”

About six years ago an idea popped, inspired by a quotation that ihas been embedded in my psyche for years… There is no joy but calm. – Lord Alfred Tennyson The idea was to ask many different people, friends, strangers, famous, regular, celebrities, CEOs, doctors, supermarket employees, models, just one basic question: What brings you […] Continue to read full article...

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Nov/19

18

Tsitsipas better than Federer at 21?

At age 21 after the 2002 ATP World Tour Finals, Roger Federer was ranked six in the world. In 2003 Federer would win his first major at Wimbledon, just weeks shy of his 22nd birthday. Stefanos Tsitsipas was also born in August (1998) and yesterday won the Nitto ATP Tour Finals at 21, he is […] Continue to read full article...

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Former ATP doubles player and TV broadcaster Robby Koenig shared his memories of witnessing Roger Federer for the first time in Basel. “Well, it’s an interesting story. The first time I ever found out about Roger I was playing doubles in Basel,” remembers Koenig. “And I was playing with my doubles partner at the time […] Continue to read full article...

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Oct/19

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My Biofile Interview with Roger Federer

By Scoop Malinowski I did a Biofile interview with Roger Federer at US Open qualies in 1999 after he beat Dutchman Edwin Kempes 64 64 (he lost second round to Ivo Heuberger 76 62). Later I updated some questions with Roger it at press conferences at US Open… Tennis Inspiration:  “Watching my idols play back […] Continue to read full article...

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Mar/19

31

Federer vs Isner Miami Open Final

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John Isner won their last meeting four years ago, saving a match point in Paris, but Roger Federer leads the overall head to head 5-2. Isner enters the court first, but Andrew Krasny gives his introduction of Roger Federer just a little more animation and elongation...Rogerrrrrrrrr Federerrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!! Continue to read full article...

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Mar/19

31

Miami Open Final Federer Hit With Zane Khan

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Roger Federer opted to take a morning hit before his final today with John Isner against 17 year old American Zane Khan. Federer focused on baseline hitting, serving and returns, instructing Khan to serve to his backhand, forehand and body serves. Khan was positioned about four feet inside the baseline. Continue to read full article...

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