Legendary grand slam tennis champion who was ranked as one of the top three ATP players in the world from 2003-2013.
Growing up near the borders of Germany and France, he learned four languages and played badminton and basketball.
He was ranked #1 in the Association of Tennis Professionals for 237 weeks in a row from 2004 to 2008. He also set an amazing record beginning in 2004, by competing in the semi-finals of 23 consecutive major tournaments.
He married Mirka Vavrinec in 2009 and had twin daughters with her named Charlene and Myla.
He beat Pete Sampras in the 4th round at Wimbledon in 2001, as Sampras's career was beginning to fade and Federer's was just taking off.