I like that it gives a scenario. I like the short biography. I like the information given about his personal and mental transformation.
It gives why Federer is still winning at 36, and Was humble as he is. I like the smooth writing style under the bolded heading. I also like that it provides information about Federer's mental toughness.
I like the information given in this article because it gives his yearly stats and more. It also is written very smoothly and gracefully, like Federer himself. It also has very nice quotes from other players and Federer.
This article outlines the things that Roger Federer has done to become #1. It shows his records he has set throughout his career. It will be very easy to quote on the essay because of the very short style bullet points.
This article gives stats from Federer's records he set in the 2018 Australian Open. It shows just how amazing he is. It shows the records that can be set from just 1 tournament.
This website contains Federer's win-loss record for several years. His record has just increasingly gotten better. It also shows his overall career record which is very helpful.
This contains Federer's career in numbers and percentages. It is very useful to prove my point that Federer's serve is just as good as everyone else's. It also shows his weaker side which is the return of serve, but he just recently added the SABR so it is expected to climb.
This article has interesting statistics that could be useful in my paper to back up the claim that Federer is unstoppable. It is also easy to quote due t the short bullet points. It is also difficult to paraphrase because of the use of the technical terms.
This article contains some interesting quotes that support the claim that looser is better and mental toughness is very important. It says that once Federer got rid of the ranger he started to win big tournaments. It also has interesting diction that i would like to use in my essay.
The writing style of this is very lax and I like it. It uses words such as ah. It even gives the pregame mindset of Federer.