February 2

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Roger Federer Became the Number One 1 Tennis Player Record Period 237 Weeks

What happened on February 2?

Irish writer James Joyce was born into our world in 1882 and his tales will live on forever.

Just like the songs, vibes, and perfumes of Colombian diva Shakira (*1977).
Proper quality, both of them.

Speaking of which; Swiss quality is often compared to clocks or chocolate. Yet, this country in the Alps has far more to offer than ticking purple cows. It is also home to tennis legend Roger Federer. He became #1 in the men’s singles rankings in 2004 and held on to that position for a tremendous period of 237 weeks.

And that, dear friends, equals 143.337.600 seconds & a whole lot of time to enjoy some chocolate!



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Birthdays & events January 1

What happened on February 2?

Birthdays February 2

James Joyce
Shakira

Events February 2

Roger Federer became #1 in the men’s singles rankings & held on to that position for a period of 237 weeks


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