This a bit of a different episode of Life Lessons - a special episode to mark Roger Federer's retirement from tennis. As many of you know, I am a huge tennis fan, and have found Federer's play to be beautifully transcendent. I have been lucky enough to interview him on several occasions, and did the last ever one to one sit-down interview with him at Wimbledon at his last appearance in 2021. So, to mark his retirement, I am re-releasing this episode with the world's pre-eminent tennis journalist Christopher Clarey, author of The Master: The Brilliant Career of Roger Federer, to explore some of the life lessons anyone can take from Federer's approach to tennis and life.

(Ps. There will be another Bitesized episode along tomorrow.) - Federer being funny during our last interview


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