Famous Swiss People
Tennis Player, Philanthropist / 1981 -
Tennis pro Roger Federer was the first Swiss man to win a Grand Slam title. In 2012, he became a seven-time Wimbledon champion, tying with Pete Sampras for the world No. 1 ranking record of 286 weeks.
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profile name: Roger Federer profile occupation: Tennis Player, Philanthropist
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profile name: Jean Piaget profile occupation: Psychologist, Biologist
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profile name: Le Corbusier profile occupation: Architect, Artist
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profile name: Jean-Jacques Rousseau profile occupation: Philosopher, Songwriter
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profile name: Elisabeth Kubler-Ross profile occupation: Psychiatrist, Journalist
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profile name: Paul Klee profile occupation: Educator, Painter
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