Talk about athleticism and how can one miss this Swiss Tennis pro player who is known for his one-handed backhand flip shot, his expert move down the court. Roger Federer, who is also considered as the “Greatest Player of All Time” by many, has left no stones unturned in his sporting career. Aged 33, he has still got in him the ability and confidence and gives his opponents a heck of a match. It is often difficult for his opponents to keep up with him and his dexterous shots and he is such an active and energetic player. No wonder, he has never slipped past the “Top 10 List” since 2002.
Currently, ranked at No.2, Federer has been and is an inspiration for many tennis pro and youngsters. He is the “King of Grass Court” equalling his record of 7 Wimbledon Men’s Singles Titles with Pete Sampras. As for his achievements in the World Tennis, there is no title he hasn't lifted. He has won the most grand Slam titles than any other men with the record of 17, has been the No.1 in the ATP Rankings, for the most time of 302 weeks, and shares the record of a maximum of 5 US Open Titles.
The “Federer Express” or this “Swiss Maestro” has won the ATP Fans’ Favourite Award since 2003, consecutively and was named as the “Laureus World Sportsman of the Year” for four times, again consecutively. Well, for him it doesn't have to be particularly a clay court, a grass court, or a hard court, for he is the master and a specialist in all of them. His versatility and his agility and his unique “squash shots” makes him this generation’s ‘Legend Athlete’.