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Strokes of genius federer nadal and the greatest match ever played l jon wertheim on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers in the 2008 wimbledon mens final centre court was a stage set worthy of shakespearean drama five time champion roger federer was on track to take his rightful place as the most dominant player in the history of the game. Strokes of genius recaps the 2008 wimbledon final between federer and nadal allegedly the greatest match ever wertheim manages to recreate the moments in detail and weaves in details of the tournament the atp tennis icons and history throughout. Its called strokes of genius federer nadal and the greatest match ever played now thats a bold statement many tennis fanatics point to the 1980 final between bjorn borg and john mcenroe . A landmark documentary during the most prestigious event in sports celebrating the unparalleled federer nadal rivalry and 10th anniversary of the greatest match ever played. The paperback of the strokes of genius federer nadal and the greatest match ever played by l jon wertheim at barnes noble free shipping on 250 what we most likely knew before opening the book was the title match itself the gentlemens finalat wimbledon we knew its likable protagonists its trajectory its feats its outcome
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