Tuesday Toast: Roger Federer

Roger Federer (36 years old) became the oldest ATP world number one in Tennis history after defeating Robin Hasse in the World Tennis Tournament quarter-finals. He thereafter went on to claim the title. Against all odds, he has wrestled Tennis’ top spot from younger and imperious rivals like Serbia’s Novak Djokovic, Spain’s Rafael Nadal and Great Britain’s Andy Murray. It is a popular saying that wine tastes better as it ages, This statement has never been a greater truth than it is in the Majestic Swiss athlete’s case! In the sports world where age takes everything away from you, Roger has turned the tables and gotten even better. A humble and driven professional. Roger Federer is an example for all to follow. #TuesdayToast #RaiseYourGlasses #BreakingBarriers

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