Tag Archive: Roger Federer

Oct 15

Who will prevail in Melbourne?


The recent U.S. Open gave us a very odd image – a final that wasn’t contested by Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal or Andy Murray. The final between Marin Cilic (winner) and Kei Nishikori was the first time since the 2008 Australian Open – which, ironically, was won by Djokovic – that there was …

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Jul 08

Novak Djokovic Says Thank You To Federer for Letting Him Win Wimbledon

In an astounding 6-7 (7-9), 6-4, 7-6 (7-4), 5-7, 6-4 match, Novak Djokovic takes the number one spot from Rafael Nadal after winning his most recent Grand Slam title in Wimbledon against Roger Federer.  A great recovery following his three major final mishaps this year, he said that “I needed this win a lot.” During …

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Oct 28

Laver tips Federer for Melbourne Glory

The 11-time Grand Slam winner, Rod Laver, has backed Roger Federer to win the Australian Open in January. Several Betfair ambassadors believe that it is a surprising prediction by the 75-year-old as the Swiss star has endured a difficult year and has slipped to sixth in the world rankings. Federer suffered early defeats at both …

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Jul 31

Roger Federer Goes to the Third Round in Olympics

Switzerland and World’s No. 1 Roger Federer has defeated France’s Julien Bennetau of France in straight sets, second round of the men’s singles tennis competitions in the All England Club. Federer, who recently won the Wimbledon crown, is on course straight for his own Olympic title. He is considered as one of tennis’ legends for …

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Jul 10

Tiger Woods Endorses Roger Federer as World Tennis Legend


Tiger Woods considers Roger Federer as one of the world’s best athletes. He left a tweet stating that Roger Federer is the one of the greatest of all times. This was right after his match against UK’s Andy Murray. The Wimbledon finals showed the determination and athletic prowess of the 31-year old tennis champion who …

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Apr 16

Rafael Nadal Wary Over Knee Ahead of Monte Carlo Masters

Rafael Nadal hopes a problematic knee will not jeopardise his bid for an eighth consecutive Monte Carlo Masters title this week. The world number two, who suffers from tendonitis, had to pull out of a semi-final clash with Andy Murray at the Miami Masters in March. He has only just returned to training after missing two weeks. …

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