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Shelves comeback: - Largest in the sport's history

sports teams, actors, opponents and former and current presidents paid tribute to Tiger Woods for his victory in the US Masters on Sunday night. - Congratulat

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Shelves comeback: - Largest in the sport's history

sports teams, actors, opponents and former and current presidents paid tribute to Tiger Woods for his victory in the US Masters on Sunday night.

- Congratulations, Tiger! To come back and win The Masters after all the highs and the lows is a testament to the skill, courage and determination, says the UNITED states'former president, Barack Obama on Twitter.

AMERICA's current president, Donald Trump, according to news agency AP has been on the golf course 150 times in its term of office, tweetede several times during the last few holes of the tournament.

I love people who are strong under pressure. What a great comeback from a really good guy, wrote Trump on Twitter after Woods' victory.

Among Tiger Woods' opponents in the tournament, there was also admiration.

the 25-year-old Xander Schauffele finished in second place at the US Masters. The young american was overwhelmed by the audience's noise, when Woods played.

- It is hard to be upset with how I played, because I just witnessed history, " says Schauffele to the AFP news agency.

- It was really awesome to come down the track, all of the historical holes, Amen Corner, 15. hole and 16. hole and then hear Tiger getting the audience to shout.

Today's big loser Francesco Molinari began the day in the driver's seat, but threw the victory away on the final nine holes.

the Italian had despite the disappointment still nice words to say about Woods.

- It was good to see his story, his comeback and be a basic human right, says Molinari to the AFP.

It was Tiger Woods' 15. Major victory in his career, but the first in 11 years. The fact there were more sports stars who paid tribute.

the New England Patriots' quarterback Tom Brady, who beat the record with his sixth Super Bowl victory in February, joked that he had to reach the Woods' Major-number.

count on, how long it will take me to reach 15, writes the 41-year-old NFL star on Twitter.

IN the NBA world tweetede the two superstars LeBron James from the Los Angeles Lakers and Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors for the victory.

- the Greatest comeback in sport history! Congratulations Tiger Woods, writes Curry.

- I salute you Tiger Woods! #inspired, write a LeBron James.

Tennisspilleren Serena Williams, who was to Caroline She the bachelor party in the Bahamas at the weekend, also found time to tweet.

- I am literally in tears, when I see Tiger Woods. This is greatness as nothing else. When you know what you have been through physically, and then come back and do what you did today. I'm so inspired, writes Serena Williams.

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