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Roger Federer is considered by many to be the greatest tennis player in the history of the sport.  Winner of 17 Grand Slam events, including a record eight Wimbledon titles, the Swiss native is renowned not only for his unsurpassed technique but for his grace under pressure. No matter the circumstances, Federer is the master of cool and impossible to rattle. Yet it wasn’t always that way.

Early in his career, Roger Federer was a temperamental nightmare. Confronted by either a blown point or what he considered to be a bad call by the line judge, Federer would consistently lose his poise, glare, curse, even throw his racket.  The result was a string of lost matches and rising frustration.

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