Roger Federer reveals what he REALLY wants to be remembered for

Roger Federer reveals what he REALLY wants to be remembered for
 

The Swiss ace returned to No 1 last weekend for the first time in five years after beating Grigor Dimitrov in the Rotterdam Open final.
Federer - now the oldest ever world No 1 at 36 - continues to defy the odds.
He has won three Grand Slams, to take his overall career total to 20, since a six-month injury lay-off threatened to end his time at the top. 
But added to the overwhelming success he has enjoyed across his 20-year career, Federer hopes that he has ensured himself a legacy off of the court too.
“I do not want to be remembered only for my wins,” he said.
“Hopefully, in the future,... read more

 
24 February 2018 in Sport, Views: 38
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