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Europe's Athlete of the Year

27.12.2006 | Off Court

Roger has once again been awarded the title as Europe's Best Athlete of the Year, a poll carried out by the Polish news-agency PAP. A total of 16 news-agencies throughout Europe took part in the vote.


It is already Roger's third victory in series after 2004 and 2005. The places after him go to - with a respectable distance - Spain's two-time Formula-1 world champion Fernando Alonso and Italy's football world champion Fabio Cannavaro, who has just recently been awarded the title as World Football Player of the Year.

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12/28/2006 | 04:13 PM
Congratulations on two more Athlete of the Year awards awards- surely recognition of the fact that not only are you a great tennis player but a wonderful person.

I am sure you will be hard at work now preparing for 2007. It is hard to believe that the
12/28/2006 | 03:44 PM
Congratulations Roger.
I wouldn't be supprised to see you get any kind of award due to your outstanding performance on various aspects. Wish you a more glorious year.
12/28/2006 | 03:43 PM
All the awards u r getting is a small Recognition of Ur excellent play.
Have a very successful 2007. My best wihes and prayers are with u.
Wana see u wining all the 4 majors inshaAllah
12/28/2006 | 03:24 PM
I have no doubt about your ability to be a best of the bests.. and this award proved to everybody that you are simply the best athlete in year 2006.
12/28/2006 | 02:33 PM
congrats rogi.......
u r not only europe`s best player but also the world`s best.........
12/28/2006 | 02:10 PM
Cingratulations Roger
You are the best.
I can't wait to see you anymore.
12/28/2006 | 01:49 PM
You're the best! Congratulations for this prize!

Happy new year!!!!
12/28/2006 | 01:37 PM
great roger............
keep going..............
our bst wishes r always wid u............
keep rolling d ball...........
12/28/2006 | 01:11 PM
You're the best.. ciao cannavaro...
12/28/2006 | 01:08 PM
Congratulations Roger, you thoroughly deserve it...
All the very best for 2007