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Old 11-08-2012, 08:58 AM   #16
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Default Re: Federer takes on role as backroom power broker (ATP future and situation)

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"Players do look up to Rafa, so it would be nice to see him maybe a bit more engaged," Federer said.
I can fully understand looking up to him as a player, but as a leader ?

Rafito shouldn't be involved with these kind of things.
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Federer, Nadal and Djokovic pander to plutocrats and charge huge appearance fees. The "trickle down effect" means that tournaments like the Heineken Open now have to pay appearance money for racketeers that many of us have never heard of. It's close to extortion.
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At the end of Federer's first round match at the Australian Open a fawning interviewer asked about his kids and if he had bought coach Stefan Edberg a birthday present - no, by the way, the privilege of knocking up with 'King Roger' was enough of a present apparently.
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