The Master: The Brilliant Career of Roger Federer

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This book presents the making of Roger Federer into the star he is today. It talks about how he learnt to control his anger and the negativity that enveloped him, and how taking control of this thought process finally led to him becoming a better player. It also talks about how he often lost games even before he stepped onto the court because he had mentally already lost to the opponent. The writer, who has often travelled with Federer, brings to light the player’s child-like personality and sportsmanship too. The book is full of facts and learnings and information from interviews with Federer’s coaches and opponents. If you are into any kind of sport, this is one book you must read as it will help you improve your game too.

Written by Christopher Clarey
Recommended Age: 12+ years 
Published by Hachette Books
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