Roger Federer by The New York Times
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Few players have dominated their sport like Roger Federer, considered by many to be the greatest tennis player of all time. The Swiss player’s career includes a record 297 weeks with a Number 1 ranking, 17 Grand Slam singles titles and 8 Wimbledon finals. In an era of tennis dominated by speed and power, Federer’s all court game has stood apart for its elegance and fluidity. Featuring great sports journalism from The New York Times, this e-single follows Federer’s career from his breakthrough Grand Slam victories through his dominant years and late career, in which he has been joined at the top of the sport by his chief rivals, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic.


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Richard Bernstein, a book critic for the "New York Times" & formerly a national cultural correspondent, was a foreign correspondent for both the "Times" & "Time" magazine. He was also "Time" magazine's Beijing bureau chief. "Ultimate Journey" is his fifth book & his third on Asia. He lives in New York City. The New York Times" team comprises Anthony DePalma, Timothy Egan, Geraldine Fabrikant, Laurie Goodstein, David Cay Johnston, Peter T. Kilborn, David D. Kirkpatrick, David Leonhardt, Tamar Lewin, Charles McGrath, Janny Scott, Jennifer Steinhauer, and Isabel Wilkerson. Bill Keller is the executive editor of "The New York Times," "Class Matters" also includes essays by Christopher Buckley, Diane McWhorter, Richard Price, David Levering Lewis, and Linda Chavez, about their encounters with class when they were growing up.
Published December 17, 2012 by The New York Times Company. 75 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Sports & Outdoors. Non-fiction

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