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theswisstro:

BREAKING NEWS: Roger’s physio leaves the RF team after 5 years of service. :-(

theswisstro:

BREAKING NEWS:
Roger’s physio leaves the RF team after 5 years of service. :-(

The 16-year-old and the 19-year-old teenagers moved into a two-bedroom apartment with a kitchen, a bathroom and a small terrace above a soccer field. “We often watched matches and gave live commentary,” Allegro said. “It was a lot of fun. I usually did the cooking because I had more experience.Roger didn’t have much initiative but he always helped if I asked him to. His
room was usually somewhat messy and when he cleaned it up, it was just as chaotic two days later.”
The young professionals, however, were completely focused on the sport.They otherwise passed the time watching television or playing electronic video games. “Roger was never a party guy,” Allegro said. “I once read that he drank alcohol but that only happened very rarely.” He played computer games sometimes until two in the morning but he never went out or went to parties.
nice little excerpt from ‘the Roger Federer Story- Quest for Perfection' about the sixteen year old Roger Federer and his training period in Biel, Switzerland with his good friend Allegro (via gamefederer)
federerblog:

In the 2008 Tennis Masters Cup, Roger Federer found himself down 4-5 against Andy Murray in the final set of their round robin match - a win for either would put them in first place in their group’s standings and through to the semifinals. A few weeks earlier Federer had cited a lower back injury forcing him to withdraw from the Paris Masters, which he carried into the tournament. Throughout the match Federer required three medicals time outs, and at one point needed to sit down in the linesperson’s chair as he awaited his opponents serve; organisers had told a driver to get Federer’s car ready because they expected him to retire. He went on to save seven match points in his ten-deuce service game, before Murray broke back to win 4-6 7-6(3) 7-5. After the match, when asked about the effect of the injury Federer responded, “I don’t quit once I step on court.” [x]

federerblog:

In the 2008 Tennis Masters Cup, Roger Federer found himself down 4-5 against Andy Murray in the final set of their round robin match - a win for either would put them in first place in their group’s standings and through to the semifinals. A few weeks earlier Federer had cited a lower back injury forcing him to withdraw from the Paris Masters, which he carried into the tournament. Throughout the match Federer required three medicals time outs, and at one point needed to sit down in the linesperson’s chair as he awaited his opponents serve; organisers had told a driver to get Federer’s car ready because they expected him to retire. He went on to save seven match points in his ten-deuce service game, before Murray broke back to win 4-6 7-6(3) 7-5. After the match, when asked about the effect of the injury Federer responded, “I don’t quit once I step on court.” [x]

shoots-of-fame:

Orlando Bloom

shoots-of-fame:

Orlando Bloom

shoots-of-fame:

Orlando Bloom

shoots-of-fame:

Orlando Bloom

norinchi:

Roger in Cincy. Pictures by Christina Manolatau. rf.com.

danielle080881:

Maybe you guys could help ? Show me where I should visit and I’ll retweet the best pics!

The answers that Roger has retweeted


Photographed by Patrick Demarchelier, Vogue, December 2004

Photographed by Patrick Demarchelier, Vogue, December 2004

danielle080881:

Selfie like father Like daughter

danielle080881:

Selfie like father Like daughter

sportbusinessdigital:

Quand Roger Federer appel ses fans sur Twitter à lui faire visiter l’Inde en mode #PhotoshopRF ! Hilarant ! 

Plus d’informations sur l”opération à découvrir ici

notsomeaningfool:

Some precious gems from #PhotoshopRF

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federerblog:

Roger Federer defeats Fabio Fognini 6-2 6-3 7-6(4) in the fourth rubber of the Davis Cup World Group Semifinals, closing out the tie 3-1 over Italy, to secure Switzerland a place in the Davis Cup final for the first time in 22 years!