Rajat

Rajat

Roger Federer - Top 1000 Best Shots of his Career
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Cheers to our family idol!

Adam Pryor

Adam Pryor

Laver Cup 2017 Best Points/Highlights (HD)
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Federer again leaves his mark in organizing a great event!

Rajat

Rajat

Roger Federer - Best Points in high definition
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A Fed feast. What Roger did to Nadal in Australian Open final 2017:
"Took away his best stroke inside out FH" by:
1. Eliminating slice BH thereby not giving Nadal set up time.
2. Hitting flat over the ball ob BH and taking it early.
3. Hitting cross court flat BH
4. Mixing flat BH with loopy balls to upset rythem.
5. Eliminated side to side play pattern by hitting agressively on every ball, this kept rallies short and never let Nadal set into a rhythm.
As a result Nadal was forced to hit down the line FH which is spectacular to look at but also prone to errors.

Ethan Garcia

Ethan Garcia

'Because I Can': Cyclist Kristin Armstrong Wins Third Gold Medal At Age 42

Cyclist Kristin Armstrong has a regular job and a son. And as of today, she also has three Olympic gold medals.

"Why she's come out of retirement and still wants to compete at an elite level despite her age and the several hip surgeries ....... Armstrong said, but she adds that she has only one reply: "Because I can."
"She doesn't have glitzy endorsement deals that make her a household name. ....She was allowed to cut her hours down to 16 hours a week last fall, she said, so her family's health insurance would remain in effect while she trained for the Rio Summer Games. Her son, Lucas, was born in 2010."

Sofia Perello

Sofia Perello I can't believe she has a day job! There was another recent article on Olympians with day jobs-- http://mentalfloss.com/article/84182/day-jobs-15-olympic-athletes

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Ethan Garcia

Ethan Garcia

An American Muslim Fencer Lunges Into U.S. Olympic History In Rio

Even if fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad doesn't medal at the Rio Olympics, she is set to make the history books. Once she hits the fencing strip for her first bout in the women's individual sabre competition on Aug. 8, she will become the first U.S. Olympic athlete to compete while wearing a hijab.

Olympic Stories:
"She didn't find fencing. The sport found her when she was 12, during a car ride with her mother. They were passing a fencing practice at her local high school in Maplewood, N.J., and her mother couldn't help but notice what the athletes were wearing.Fencers, they wear long jackets, and they wear long pants. And "as a Muslim youth, I was looking for a sport where I didn't have to alter the uniform in any way."
"America is all that I know. I feel American down to my bones. For anyone to challenge that idea, that I'm not American or that I don't belong, it's frustrating," Muhammad says. "I want people to see a Muslim woman in hijab and represent the United States this summer. I don't want people to think that that's out of the norm."

Ethan Garcia

Ethan Garcia

Meet the Congolese refugees competing at Rio 2016 | Refugee Olympic Team
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Clearly a highlight of the Olympics: Human stories of struggle and survival-faster,higher and stronger indeed.
"The athletes will compete for the Refugee Olympic Team (ROT) – the first of its kind.
“These refugees have no home, no team, no flag, no national anthem. We will offer them a home in the Olympic Village together with all the athletes of the word. The Olympic anthem will be played in their honour and the Olympic flag will lead them into the Olympic Stadium."