Let's start at the very beginning,
A very good place to start.
When you read you begin with A-B-C,
When you sing you begin with...
Well in the music of tennis, until now, you’ve begun with F for Federer.
At Wimbledon this year, however, the vocabulary was indeed A-B-C.
Opening Monday began with an A who brought unexpected drama within minutes of Federer walking onto Centre Court. For Alejandro—the world No. 60, Falla—was two sets up on the champion in the blink of an eye.
The Roger Federer campaign was quickly the headline story in every news medium going.
But I rush ahead of myself.
This is a song of Federer’s Wimbledon, the A-B-C of his tournament leavened by the do-re-mi of his tennis music.
So let’s start at the beginning.