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Wimbledon 2017

GOAT(greatest of all time) Roger Federer serving for the match point, he is one point away from the 19th grand slam and 8th Wimbledon title. He looks as relax as he could ..bounces the ball 2-3 times and throw up … hit  cleanly… pitch on the sweet spot of middle of ground .. 583 more words

Roger Federer

Roger Federer Is Even Better Than You Think

As Roger Federer won his 19th Grand Slam title at Wimbledon 2017, his three major rivals all missed the semifinals. Rafael Nadal lost a five-set round of 16 match to Gilles Muller; Andy Murray hobbled to the finish, beaten in 5 by Sam Querrey in the quarters; while Novak Djokovic couldn’t complete two sets in his quarter final against Tomas Berdych. 675 more words


What is the Biggest Surprise of 2017?

For starters, we might say there a few surprises to this tennis season, beginning with #2017 Fedal. That these ATP elder statesmen have, combined, won every major championship and every Masters level tournament, minus Rome (that’s 3 majors and 4 Masters tournaments between the two) is a bonafide trip down memory lane. 2,006 more words


Roger Federer a true legend of tennis

In any generation there are a couple of names that are synonymous with the sport of tennis. One player in recent years has been able to play at a higher level for a longer period of time than any person before him. 607 more words


Cruel Summer

“It can be cruel, sometimes.”

This is how Roger Federer, 2017 Wimbledon men’s champion and an eight-time winner at the All-England Club, summarized the tournament run of his opponent in the final, the Croatian Marin Cilic, but he may as well have been talking about any aspect of reality. 530 more words


Who won and who flopped at Wimbledon as the 2017 champions are crowned

Wimbledon is over for another year, with Garbine Muguruza and Roger Federer crowned as 2017 singles champions.

Fans around the globe were treated to a fortnight of fabulous tennis, with plenty of thrills and spills along the way. 1,128 more words

Andy Murray

Boris Becker believes Roger Federer is the favourite ahead of Rafael Nadal to end year as world No. 1

Wimbledon has barely finished but that won’t stop people getting furiously excited about the next Grand Slam of the year: the US Open.

And tennis legend Boris Becker has kick-started the debate about how he sees the ‘Big Four’ faring during the American hard-court season and beyond. 372 more words

Andy Murray