Put Yourself in the Shoes of Wimbledon Champions

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Game, set, and match. The summer of slams continues with the most prestigious tennis tournament in the world: Wimbledon.

Will the legendary Roger Federer clinch his 8th Wimbledon title this year? Or will it be the reigning champion, Novak Djokovic, to lift the trophy once again? The answer is just around the corner.

On the other article, we discuss about enjoying a tennis tournament exclusively as a fan. Here, we will take a look at it from a different angle: the players’ point of view.

Tennis is an entire year sporting event. Unlike other sports, tennis does not really have the “off season”. It is just one tournament after another. There is simply no rest for these world-class athletes.

However, when it comes to Wimbledon, their spirits are lifted up no matter how fatigued they were from the previous tournaments. So, let’s take a look at their exclusive experience throughout the entire Grand Slam.

15. Fly Exclusively with The Team

Experience Wimbledon as the Grand Slam Champion | fly exclusively with the team
Experience Wimbledon as the Grand Slam Champion | Fly exclusively with the team | source: celebmafia.com

Being a Grand Slam champion is like being a superstar among other stars. With this status, it should come as no surprise that these champs have all the luxuries, not just at home and where they are heading to, but also during the trip.

They started off the same: as an amateur player who fought for points alongside family and friends. And once they won a Grand Slam, they ended up the same: as a pro who fights to maintain success alongside their team.

As they travel around the world to attend tournaments, their whole team will tag along. Most of them consist of family, close friends, coaches, physiotherapist, and nutritionist.

When you bring such big team, plus your tennis gears and stuff, you don’t travel normally. Either you get yourself a private jet or book the entire first class flight.

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