Why Alonso needs to think like Federer

Why Alonso needs to think like Federer

Roger Federer's Australian Open victory was reassuring for any veteran sporting great chasing success after a long drought. His Formula 1 equivalent Fernando Alonso needs to learn from the tennis star's approach

Ten full Formula 1 seasons have passed since Fernando Alonso, widely considered the finest driver of the current era, last won the world championship. Quite frankly, it is ridiculous that it's been that long.

The double world champion has come close during that period - three times, in fact. Just 11 points separate him from being a five-time world champion.

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