To many, Roger Federer is the greatest ever tennis player. His astounding all-round ability has led to him being referred to as one of the most complete players the game has ever seen, and with 17 Grand Slam wins and an Olympic Gold Medal under his belt, the Swiss star has already achieved legendary status in the game. This authoritative and affectionate biography traces the rise of Federer, from his first tentative strokes with a tennis racket to how he dealt with being sent away to a training academy where he struggled to communicate in a French-speaking part of Switzerland; and how he handled the sudden death of his first real coach and mentor.
About the Author
Chris Bowers is an official member of the International Tennis Writers Association, a commentator for BBC Radio, and a writer for the "Independent," the "Observer," and the "Times."
Number Of Pages: 288
Published: 6th May 2013
Dimensions (cm): 19.8 x 12.6 x 3.0
Weight (kg): 0.31