He may be the greatest sportsman you've never heard of. For Rob Fahey's achievements put Roger Federer and Usain Bolt in the shade.
The 54-year-old will seek his 27th world title in 29 years next month. But Fahey's exploits have gone unnoticed because few have heard of his sport, real tennis.
Unlike the lawn variety, it is centuries old and played indoors with a hard ball, on a court with shed-like protuberances known as penthouses.
Henry VIII was a devotee. Fahey, from Reading, is not the only champion in the family.
Wife Claire, 31, pictured with him, has ten world titles. Having had a hip replacement last year, Fahey will retire after September's world championships in Essex...
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