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Olympic Museum Lausanne

20.05.2010 | Off Court

Roger has donated a complete outfit from the 2008 Olympics in Beijing to the Olympic Museum. It is now on display there together with other equipment used by successful athletes over the years.

 

Roger made a huge dream come true in Beijing, winning his first Olympic gold medal in the men's doubles tennis tournament alongside Stanislas Wawrinka.

 

The Olympic Museum in Lausanne, Switzerland, houses permanent and temporary exhibits relating to sport and the Olympic movement. With more than 10'000 pieces, the museum is the largest archive of Olympic Games in the world and one of Lausanne's prime tourist draws attracting more than 250'000 visitors each year.

 
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21.05.2010 | 13:58
AWESOME !!!!
21.05.2010 | 13:47
Lovely!
21.05.2010 | 12:10
Roger good work you donated your olympic outfit and I really hope you show great play in the French Open starting tomorrow and I hope and so does your every loved one that you will defend your French Open Crown so Come on Roger you can do it and win the C
21.05.2010 | 11:09
Wish I have those...anyways take care and all the best for FO...
Best Wishes from Bhutan
21.05.2010 | 09:21
lovely...ur an amazing person...congrats again...ur livin the dream
21.05.2010 | 06:18
Our champ you are the best!Great
21.05.2010 | 05:57
Congratulations, Roger! It is both an honour for you,and a generous act, on the other hand.
I am glad your country appreciates and values the Olympic Games: i have loved it since childhood, especially since it connected to the Greek mythology I loved so
21.05.2010 | 05:19
Thank you Roger!
Wish you all the very best in this French Open!
21.05.2010 | 03:38
Roger:
Congrats!!!!!!!!
This is wonderful!!!!!!!!!!!!
Barbara
21.05.2010 | 03:23
Your sense of place and history is impeccable, champ.

This donation speaks volumes.

Keep up the good work. You are making the most of your God-given talents and generous spirit.