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Our Hearts Might Be Broken… But I Know We Will Survive…

Alex Poem Wimbledon 2016

Every Federer match is a real emotional roller coaster for me. Whether I am alone or with family or friends, at home or at work, I shout, I fist pump, I cry and I laugh without restraint. I am totally and completely into it that when he wins I am euphoric and when he loses… well, I become a real …

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Fan Story: Wimbledon 2016 — Expensive But Worth Every Penny

My first visit to Wimbledon was in 2008, back then I lack $$ but had stamina to queue for more than 4 hours to get into the AELTC. It was a nice experience talking to strangers in queue and discussing about their favourite players. I was in awe of the entire atmosphere, beautiful green grass and big crowd at almost …

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A Surprise Fan Story – Monte-Carlo Heavenly Tale

Federer Wanda Fan Story Monte Carlo 2016

It always hurts when Roger loses. Disappointed, annoyed, frustrated, sad, anticlimax, however you feel, we suffer, don’t we? But I had a great day at Monte-Carlo Country Club on Friday. Surprise! I managed to take a day-off and jumped on a train in the morning. I got a second category seat in the Court Rainier for €90 (no other choice) …

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Monte-Carlo! A Fan’s View

Most tennis fans will have a bucket list of tournaments they would like to visit and Monte Carlo has always been on mine. Not too far, wonderful location but how to make it happen…..? Lucky lucky me then to receive an invitation through friends to finally attend this year’s Masters, made more special by the fact that Rog would finally …

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Fan Story: Indian Wells Without RF

Federer in 2015

Hey guys, this is a fan story from Fran about Indian Wells 2016. Just like last years fan story it has some awesome photos. Enjoy! I had high hopes for this year’s Indian Wells. I bought my tickets back in September and I had hoped this would be the year my son, Thomas, would get Federer’s autograph and I would …

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Fan Report: Federer-less Indian Wells

Fan Report IW 2016

This is a quick fan report from Sue who attended Indian Wells After my initial disappointment that there would be no Roger, I decided to focus on the new talent. Unfortunately, I dropped my camera on the cement stadium floor and damaged the lens. So, no photos. The weather can be quite extreme. From 90 F days to freezing cold …

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Another FedDay at the Monte-Carlo Country Club

Hi my fellow PeRFect Tennis readers, Did anyone spot me on TV/stream looking particularly gorgeous for our Fed? Or 90 year-old Sophie? Yes, I was there to witness his disappointing loss to Monfils unfortunately. I know Monte-Carlo Masters is not everyone’s liking especially for Fedfans. Monaco has never been on my bucket list as a place to visit, either. I’d …

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Federer Fan Story: Fran’s Visit(s) to Indian Wells

Fran's Indian Wells Story

Sue had a great post about her experience at Indian Wells this year. Instead of just recounting my experience at Indian Wells this year which was not too different from Sue’s, I thought I would talk about my experiences over the last few years. I first went to Indian Wells in 2010. It was a dream of mine to finally …

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My Indian Wells Story: Sue Watches Federer in Palm Springs

Sue Fan Story Indian Wells

Today I have another Federer fan story to add to the growing collection on the blog. This one comes from Sue who attended Indian Wells for four days and got to see Roger play against Schwartzman and Seppi. So far we’ve had stories from Brisbane, Melbourne and and now Indian Wells; meaning Dubai is the only one that is missing …

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April’s Fan Story – Brisbane International 2015

Federer Serving Brisbane

Hi guys, in the comments section of Conal’s excellent fan story from the Australian Open we got talking about a lack of a fan story from Brisbane this year. Step forward April who attended the event and has just put together a really cool piece about her experiences in Brisbane and watching Federer live on Pat Rafter Arena for three …

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