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Tiger Woods Wins 2019 Masters: Reaction to & # 39; Greatest Origin in Sports & # 39;

See the moment Tiger Woods wins the 2019 Masters

3,954 days. That's how long Tiger Woods waited to win his 15th size.

In & # 39; time & # 39; a US Open and Sunday from & # 39; three to & # 39; The Masters went through Woods through a series of high and heels.

The American started only 24 events in a four-year period. A public entrance of unbelief and the wounding of his marriage led him to a wave of golf.

The former world number was one back, but then had wounds and postoperations, succeeded in classifying, and even thought his career was over. His immense problems also continued when he was arrested in 2017 for suspicion of riding under influence.

But now at the age of 43, he has won for the first time since Augusta since 2005.

Here's how his most sporting big, politicians and Hollywood actors responded to social media to the "greatest comeback story in sports".

First, the sporting world …

In April 2017, Woods had spinal fusion surgery and had four surgery operations in his career.

Twenty-three times Grand Slam tennis champion Serena Williams has been fighting with injuries in her career and has lent twice a pulmonary embolium.

"I'm literally in tears of Tiger Woods, this is Greatness like no other," said the US tweet. "Do you know everything that you have been physically to do back and what you do today?" Wow.

Six-time NBA all-star Stephen Curry called Woods' victory "the greatest comeback story in sports" and asked Woods if he was one of & # 39; hold a five jackets once! "

Earlier LA Lakers legend Kobe Bryant keep things simple …

Old basketball player Magic Johnson It published that "the roar of & Tiger is back" Tom Brady, that won a sixty-sixth Super Bowl in February, lost the night, "running the numbers how long it takes me to get 15".

Real Madrid and Wales football player Gareth Bale also earned the victory of Woods.

After that, the people are offered on the TV.

Former US President Barack Obama, that one round of golf with Woods played in his time in the county, named tribute to Woods & # 39; determination after a few years.

"To return and win the Masters to all the hills and tents is a testament to excellence, grits and determination," he wrote.

US President Donald Trump He said: "People who are great are under pressure. What a great life comes for a truly great man!"

For BBC Sport Presenter Gary Lineker, Woods' victory was the "second most exciting sporting performance I had ever seen".

The best? Leicester wins the Premier League title in 2016 as a great hiding place, of course. "There's something in my eye," Lineker learned. "To once use one before Tiger Woods -" Oh my good … Wow …. In your life have you seen anything? ""

Ancient tennis world number one Chris Evert said: "Tiger has shown us that you always come back, in sports and in life, if you are working".

Legendary former English cricketer Ian Botham "Woods" victory "one of the biggest inspirational performances … Who said he would not be able to get any other size … now 15 and more".

Australian actor Hugh Jackman was also looking at allegations in Augusta …

And then Woods & # 39; other golfers …

Woods & # 39; former coach Butch Harmon He said to Sky Sports: "I never saw him show emotions, anytime, anywhere, anytime in his life.

"He was condemned by his own fog, the things that he had made through, made no one else, and he came from another.

"He helped himself, he just got his body, he got his head straight and he went to work on his game, I couldn't be loyal to him and his family."

Phil Mickelson Said of his long time, Woods rivaled: "I am so impressive because of its unprecedented performance and I am so happy that it falls to another Green Jacket.

Eighteen times big winner Jack Nicklaus Tweeted he was "so happy for him and for the golf game. That's just fantastic," while Bubba Watson said he is "grateful to see that person" along with the hashtag #Next 4 more lions.

The European Tour set Woods & # 39; from its 15th title title in perspective …

England Ian Poulter, written with a part of the 12th century, wrote, "Some crimes have been much more expensive today, but one day we are forgetting as @tigerwood's comeback isn't much." What he has done for the golf game cannot be quantified. A lot to him for that. Respect Enjoy 15 Mr Woods. "

And a reminder of where & # 39; it all started …

The first person Wooden after the sinking of the winning pitcher was his son, Charlie. Twenty-two years ago, the father of Woods, Earl, had turned him over when he had his first Master victory.

And one Twitter account shared the letter that Earl wrote to his 21-year-old son after he was the Augusta champion.

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