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Roger Federer is one of the greatest tennis players of all time, holding 17 Grand Slam® titles and the record for most titles at Wimbledon. But for the Swiss born Federer, tennis wasn’t always about breaking records. It wasn’t until 2009 — the summer that coincided with the birth of his first set of twins — when Roger broke Pete Sampras’ all-time Grand Slam® record at Wimbledon, that he achieved his own personal definition of greatness. The Rolex he was wearing that day brings back fond memories of a decisive summer.

“I realised I could be the first Swiss to be World Number One. That’s when I was reminded that everything that has not been done before, I could achieve it.”

Roger Federer is one of the greatest tennis players of all time, holding 17 Grand Slam® titles and the record for most titles at Wimbledon. But for the Swiss born Federer, tennis wasn’t always about breaking records. It wasn’t until 2009 — the summer that coincided with the birth of his first set of twins — when Roger broke Pete Sampras’ all-time Grand Slam® record at Wimbledon, that he achieved his own personal definition of greatness. The Rolex he was wearing that day brings back fond memories of a decisive summerRoger Federer is one of the greatest tennis players of all time, holding 17 Grand Slam® titles and the record for most titles at Wimbledon. But for the Swiss born Federer, tennis wasn’t always about breaking records. It wasn’t until 2009 — the summer that coincided with the birth of his first set of twins — when Roger broke Pete Sampras’ all-time Grand Slam® record at Wimbledon, that he achieved his own personal definition of greatness. The Rolex he was wearing that day brings back fond memories of a decisive summer.

“I realised I could be the first Swiss to be World Number One. That’s when I was 

Roger Federer is one of the greatest tennis players of all time, holding 17 Grand Slam® titles and the record for most titles at Wimbledon. But for the Swiss born Federer, tennis wasn’t always about breaking records. It wasn’t until 2009 — the summer that coincided with the birth of his first set of twins — when Roger broke Pete Sampras’ all-time Grand Slam® record at Wimbledon, that he achieved his own personal definition of greatness. The Rolex he was wearing that day brings back fond memories of a decisive summer.

Roger Federer is one of the greatest tennis players of all time, holding 17 Grand Slam® titles and the record for most titles at Wimbledon. But for the Swiss born Federer, tennis wasn’t always about breaking records. It wasn’t until 2009 — the summer that coincided with the birth of his first set of twins — when Roger broke Pete Sampras’ all-time Grand Slam® record at Wimbledon, that he achieved his own personal definition of greatness. The Rolex he was wearing that day brings back fond memories of a decisive summer.

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