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No. 30 of the most influential people

02.10.2007 | Tennis

Roger has been voted No. 30 in a list of the 100 most influential people in the world of sports.

 

American magazine BusinessWeek, in partnership with ESPN The Magazine, has released its 'Power 100' list. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell tops the list, followed by Tiger Woods and NBA Commissioner David Stern. The list is dominated by league executives, media power brokers, team owners and sports manufacturing chiefs. Roger is one of just six athletes in the Top 30.

 

Golfing star Woods is the highest-ranked athlete at No.2, followed by Indianapolis Colts' quarterback Peyton Manning (13), soccer star David Beckham (17), Cleveland Cavaliers basketballer LeBron James, New York Yankees baseballer Alex Rodriguez (28) and Roger (30).

 

Roger has held the ATP No. 1 South African Airways ATP Ranking for a record 192 consecutive weeks and last month won his 12th Grand Slam title at the US Open to move to within two of Pete Sampras's record 14 majors. In November our star will attempt to win the Tennis Masters Cup title for the fourth time in five years.

 

 

 

 

 

 
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10/19/2007 | 07:22 PM
Nur ein wort:
Du bist der beste!!!besser als ich!!!eheheheheh

Patty

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10/17/2007 | 05:23 AM
You gotta be kidding me..........why are you at #30??? You should be a lot higher than that!!!
Well, I guess you can never ask for too much, so congratulations Roger, and good luck at Madrid, you can beat Canas, don't worry!
10/17/2007 | 05:23 AM
You gotta be kidding me..........why are you at #30??? You should be a lot higher than that!!!
Well, I guess you can never ask for too much, so congratulations Roger, and good luck at Madrid, you can beat Canas, don't worry!
10/17/2007 | 05:23 AM
You gotta be kidding me..........why are you at #30??? You should be a lot higher than that!!!
Well, I guess you can never ask for too much, so congratulations Roger, and good luck at Madrid, you can beat Canas, don't worry!
10/17/2007 | 02:23 AM
Dear Roger, It is just wonderful that you are recognized and appriciated at the same time. Do you know how much goodness and kindness you can bring into the Wolrd through just being yourself.
Congratulations... and please stay the way you are...
Alw
10/16/2007 | 03:51 PM
Hi Roger ,just read your book,"quest foir perfection"what a grounded caring human being you appear to be,you should have been no 1,all the best keep it up,colin,manchester.
10/16/2007 | 12:58 PM
Congratulations on this achievement. Regardless, You're always number one (sportsman ever) in our heart in all aspect.
Let your fine humility and grandeur shine amidst all this timelight as all of your fans here are sure to be at your back always. We l
10/16/2007 | 04:59 AM
Hello fellow Roger fans! :)

If you liked the RF logo hats that Roger wore this year at Wimbledon and the USO, and can't seem to buy one - do check out the RF hats petition thread on the forum here at RF.com! We're petitioning Roger and his management t
10/15/2007 | 04:31 PM
YOU'RE SOOOO GREAT, HONEY!!!
10/12/2007 | 06:40 PM
Bravo dear Roger and congratulations! But yes, I agree, you are no.1 for us, your faithful fans . . . as one post said. And now as you begin a new Masers in Spain, you are in my prayers and enthusiastic support as ever. I have just finished reading 'The R
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