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Roger Federer’s inspiring speech for Dartmouth University graduates goes viral

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Roger Federer. The Swiss tennis legend was the guest speaker at this year’s Dartmouth University graduation. Federer gave graduates a speech full of wisdom and humility, one that quickly went viral due to some of the great advice that he provided.Friends David Beckham, Anna Wintour and Roger Federer reunite at screeningRafael Nadal’s incredible career: Titles and records he’s wonFederer compared the moment that graduates are going through with the moment he’s experiencing in his real life. “So I never went to college...

but I did graduate recently. I graduated tennis,” he said. “I know the word is ‘retire.’ ‘Roger Federer retired from tennis.’ Retired...

The word is awful. You wouldn’t say you retired from college, right? Sounds terrible.”“Like you, I’ve finished one big thing and I’m moving on to the next.

Like you, I’m figuring out what that is. Graduates, I feel your pain. I know what it’s like when people keep asking what your plan is for the rest of your life.

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