Let us dive into the world of sports where name, fame, and money are easily earned if you are hardworking, consistent, and ambitious. We present to you the three most popular personalities in the world of sports.
1. Roger Federer, Tennis:
Currently Ranked No. 2, Roger Federer has won the most number of Grand Grand Slam single men’s titles in the World. This Swiss player has the record of being seated on the No. 1 slot in the ATP rankings for 309 weeks and was declared as the “Swiss Sports Personality Of The Year” for a record of 7 times. He is widely respected across the world of sports not only because of his exceptional style of play including flexibility to play on all types of courts, his brilliant footwork, eye-hand coordination and shot-making but also for his “controlled reactions” and his peaceful behavior in the matches irrespective of the outcome, in his own words Federer describes “I don’t get the anxiety during a match so much anymore. You know, to throw racquets, to toss balls out of the court, scream, and stuff. I almost laugh about it a little bit today when an opponent does it. But that’s something for me that’s not a problem anymore.”
2. David Beckham, Soccer:
One of the most famous male fashion icon, who is known to stir many latest fashion trends for men and ignite new male fashion trends, has 40 tattoos inked on his body with the names of his wife and children. On his left forearm his wife’s name ‘Victoria’ is tattooed on in Sanskrit. Beckham won 19 trophies as the professional footballer for English national team and captained them for 6 years. Beckham’s passing skills, crossing talent and bending free-kicks as a right winger is still famous and recalled by his fans across the world. In the International arena, he earned 58 caps in 115 appearances and participated in three FIFA World Cup tournaments. According to reports, Beckham is known to have obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) that he admits to “have everything in a straight line or everything in pairs.”
3. Tiger Woods, Golf:
Woods has been a Buddhist follower that he admits teaches about “to stop following every impulse and to learn restraint”. Tiger Woods was considered as invincible in the game of Golf, as was not only No. 1 for most consecutive weeks but also the highest paid athlete for many years. In July 2017 he ranked at the worst of his career at 1005, mainly due to his personal deviations that he admitted “I thought I could get away with whatever I wanted to……I felt I was entitled. Thanks to money and fame, I didn’t have to go far to find them. I was wrong. I was foolish…obviously, I lost track of what I was taught”.