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Inside 100 Tweets
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1. in country Switzerland
28. in category Sport Star
165. in category Celebrities
75%, or three out of four, heads of state are utilizing Twitter.
In 2001, I went to Biel, Switzerland to interview a 20-year-old Roger Federer and his team, including the late Peter Carter. It was 2 months after his win over Pete Sampras at Wimbledon. Just found and posted the article, if you fancy a read - https://t.co/kO8h9jjs5W
I would like to thank @on_running for the opportunity to connect us with our great idol @rogerfederer. Helena was overjoyed and very happy. Thank you for Make this little fan from Brazil so happy. ❤️🙏 #onrunning #RogerFederer #TheRoger https://t.co/q31NKH5Fz2
What a moment that was for me, first time on center court at Wimbledon. Only time vs Pete my hero I miss the Pistol 🙌 https://t.co/XJH5j3Bhcf
Covid-19 is a global health and economic crisis. As a humanitarian response, the Roger Federer Foundation has granted one million USD to provide nutritious meals for 64,000 vulnerable young children and their families through our partners in Africa while schools are closed. https://t.co/gkKvoWzVBB
Now more than ever we must come together to help families in need 🙏 https://t.co/c8fhhyRBIi
It probably should have happened a long time ago, but maybe now is really the time. These are tough times in every sport and we can come out of this with 2 weakened bodies or 1 stronger body. https://t.co/30SbbAla5g
@rogerfederer I would love for the ATP and WTA to merge, I hate how there are two separate streamings to watch matches from the Male Circuit (TennisTV) and Women's Circuit (WTA TV)
I agree with you, It’s too confusing for the fans when there are different ranking systems, different logos, different websites, different tournament categories. https://t.co/zX4XTr9Rr0