Born in Switzerland on August 8, 1981, Roger Federer was among the Top 3 junior tennis players in Switzerland by age 11. Federer took an interest in sports at an early age, playing tennis and soccer at the age of 8. The young athlete excelled at athletics, and by age 11, he was among the top three junior tennis players in Switzerland. At the age of 12, he decided to quit other sports and focus all his efforts on tennis, which he felt he excelled at more naturally. By the age of 14, he was fully immersed in the game, playing two or three tournaments per month and practicing six hours a week, along with up to three hours of conditioning. To perfect his technique, he often imitated his idols, Boris Becker and Stefan Edberg.
The Wilson Federer 25″ racket is perfect for the intermediate to beginner junior player age 9 years and older. The racket is ideal for the young tennis player, and has a bigger head, and thicker aerodynamic frame. The Wilson Federer racket is lightweight with large sweet-spot and excellent for power play in junior sport. Inspired by Roger Federer, this junior racket is designed for the young player wanting performance and precision from their racket.