Regarded by many as the greatest tennis player in the history of the sport, this authoritative biography is based on many exclusive interviews with Federer and his family as well as the author's experience covering the international tennis circuit for many years. Completely comprehensive, it provides an informed account of the Swiss tennis star from his early days as a temperamental player on the junior circuit, through his early professional career, to his winning major tennis tournaments, including the U.S. Open and Wimbledon. Readers will appreciate the anecdotes about his early years, revel in the insider's view of the professional tennis circuit, and be inspired by this champion's rise to the top of his game.
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Rene Stauffer has covered the professional tennis circuit for many years and is one of the world's leading tennis journalists.Review:
"It's useful for me. . . . I am often asked about events in his career. . . . Now, I know where I can look them up." Lynette Federer, Roger Federer's mother and a member of the Roger Federer Foundation council, in Tages-Anzeiger (Switzerland)
"A biography that qualifies as a Federer encyclopedia. . . . A must for every tennis fan." Schweizer Famiie magazine (Zurich)
"It’s accessible and sketches out his career development very logically. At the same time, it throws in enough about his personality and the rest of his life to flesh out the tale without turning it into it a flabby puff-piece." Tennis.com
"It's a virtual encyclopedia of Federer's career. There's material in there I've not seen anywhere else. Fantastic." South Florida Sun-Sentinel
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Descrizione libro New Chapter Press. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. 0942257391 . Codice libro della libreria HCI6494AMGG062817H0238P
Descrizione libro New Chapter Press, 2007. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Never used!. Codice libro della libreria P110942257391