Last Updated on January 7, 2019
Swiss tennis player Roger Federer started to cry when he answered the question about his lost coach. Peter Carter died on a safari in 2002.
“I hope he would be proud of me. I think he didn’t want me to waste my talent. I think his death in a sense stimulated me and I began to work hard. Peter and I met when he came to play a club tournament in Basel. I was small then, and he was one of the stars of the team. In the end, I was lucky, and he began to deal with me. They used to call up Darren Cahill constantly and tell each other that they had a special student. And Lleyton and I have been playing with each other for the rest of our careers. Who knew that we both win Wimbledon and be the first racket of the world? Peter was a very important person in my life. Because I should thank him for his technique “, – quotes Federer of CNN. The video can be viewed at this link .