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06-13-2016 03:10 PM
SUKTUEN
Re: Federitis Aid Network - a picture is a thousand treatments

very young player
06-13-2016 07:25 AM
TNX1.0E6TOPCA
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Roger Federer and Rebeka Masarova (2015)

2016 ROLAND GARROS Girls' Singles: Rebeka Masarova (SUI)

Name :MASAROVA, Rebeka; Age:16 (06 Aug 1999); Birth place:Basel, Switzerland; Nationality:Switzerland; Plays:Right Handed (Double Handed Backhand)




Masarova credits Federer as tennis inspiration

By Sandra Harwitt (ITF)

As 16-year-old Rebeka Masarova of Switzerland tells it, she would not be playing in the Roland Garros girls’ final against American Amanda Anisimova on Sunday if not for Roger Federer.

The 12th seeded Masarova, who upset top seed Olesya Pervushina of Russia 76 (5) 62 in the semifinals on Saturday, has only met Federer once despite the fact they are both from the same hometown of Basel.

But she didn’t need a personal relationship with the 17-time Grand Slam champion for him to inspire her to play tennis.

“It was a rainy day in Switzerland and my dad was like, ‘let’s watch TV, there’s a Swiss guy playing the Wimbledon final’ and it was when Federer won his first Wimbledon,” she said, retelling the tale 13 years later. “And then when he lifted the trophy I said, ‘Yeah, I want to do that.’”

And that’s how Masarova, the youngest of five siblings, found her way to a tennis court.

The multi-lingual Masarova - her father is Slovak and her mother Spanish, and she speaks Spanish, Slovak, German, English and is learning French — is coached by her mother Marivi, who travels with her to tournaments. This is her fourth Grand Slam played with her best previous result coming at this year’s Australian Open where she reached the semifinals.

The last Swiss girl to win at Roland Garros was Belinda Bencic in 2013.


Hopp Schwyz!!!!
06-08-2016 03:16 PM
SUKTUEN
Re: Federitis Aid Network - a picture is a thousand treatments

OH what??
06-08-2016 10:22 AM
JKT76
Re: Federitis Aid Network - a picture is a thousand treatments

My god!! Roger's hairline It's receding fast
06-07-2016 09:31 PM
TNX1.0E6TOPCA
Re: Federitis Aid Network - a picture is a thousand treatments

Stuttgart





06-07-2016 02:51 PM
SUKTUEN
Re: Federitis Aid Network - a picture is a thousand treatments

nice pic!!
06-07-2016 06:00 AM
Kat_YYZ
Re: Federitis Aid Network - a picture is a thousand treatments

Roger at a sponsor event for Mercedes in Stuttgart:




video
04-22-2016 03:20 PM
SUKTUEN
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04-22-2016 02:46 AM
Kat_YYZ
Re: Federitis Aid Network - a picture is a thousand treatments

On Thursday in Biel, canton Bern, Roger Federer inaugurated a street bearing his name before 1500 admirers.
The “Allée Roger Federer” now connects the national centre for Swiss Tennis at the Tissot Arena sports complex with the Champs-de-Boujean.
“I am very moved. I never thought I would see a street named after me,” Federer declared, smiling and very relaxed. “I hope that we will see future champions on the Allée Roger Federer. Thanks a million.”
Roger Federer gets his own Swiss street - SWI swissinfo.ch




I don't know what the groundbreaking is for?


04-11-2016 04:40 PM
Wazza
Re: Federitis Aid Network - a picture is a thousand treatments

Why did he have a haircut? He looks better with long hair.
04-11-2016 02:24 PM
SUKTUEN
Re: Federitis Aid Network - a picture is a thousand treatments

nice pic of him
04-11-2016 02:58 AM
Fed_Ds
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via Erika Tanaka
03-26-2016 10:52 PM
alypen
Re: Federitis Aid Network - a picture is a thousand treatments

Quote:
Originally Posted by atennisfan View Post
I had the same exact arthroscopic surgery on my right knee to clean up my meniscus tear last year, and the scars (the surgeon made two very small holes, one to insert the surgical tube that has several different surgical tools on its tip -cut, burn, grind and vacuum- and the other is to insert microscopic video camera so I was able to watch the whole surgery process and still have the video) are very very small, and you would not notice them if you are not familiar with me.
I had 3 holes, because mine I think was a more generalised clean-up, but they gave me a general anaesthetic, so I never saw what they did.
03-26-2016 02:47 PM
TNX1.0E6TOPCA
Re: Federitis Aid Network - a picture is a thousand treatments

young RF fan in Miami

03-17-2016 03:14 PM
SUKTUEN
Re: Federitis Aid Network - a picture is a thousand treatments

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Originally Posted by Kat_YYZ View Post
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