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Federer encourages Li Na for Wimbledon

06-20-2011 13:49 BJT Special Report:2011 Wimbledon Championships |

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As she prepares for the challenges of Wimbledon this week, Li Na has been relaxing with six time Champion Roger Federer. The two tennis superstars got together for an informal chat, neither of them showing any sign of nerves ahead of the 125th Championship.

Federer gave Li Na some encouragement, saying now she'd secured one Grand Slam title, winning the next will be a little easier.

Federer gave Li Na some encouragement, saying now she'd secured one Grand Slam title, winning the next will be a little easier.

Tennis players Li Na of China (L) and Roger Federer of Switzerland pose for a photo
after Li Na was announced as global ambassador for Mercedes-Benz at a press conference
on June 19, 2011 in Wimbledon, England.

(L-R) Mao Jingbo, VP and head of marketing Mercedes Benz (China), tennis player Li Na
of China, Roger Federer of Switzerland and Bjoern Hauber, EVP Sales and Marketing
Mercedes Benz (China) pose together after a press conference on June 19, 2011 in
Wimbledon, England.

Editor:Shi Jierui |Source: CNTV.CN

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