Roger Federer will always stand out among the best players in tennis history, not just because of the game and the genius that he displays throughout
Roger Federer will always stand out among the best players in tennis history, not just because of the game and the genius that he displays throughout all of these past years, but also because of the results and achievements he achieves in his 35th year.
Federer will be 36 years in three weeks, but this did not prevent him from reaching the eighth record title of Wimbledon in an extremely dominant and unforgettable manner, preventing Marin Cilic from hoping to win at any moment of the match. It must be noted that the Croat played with a slight injury to his foot, which prevented him from giving his maximum, but that does not at all reduce the impressive performance of Federer who made history with the 19th Grand Slam title, without losing a set in the run the whole tournament.
Federer won the today’s finals for 1 hour and 43 minutes after dominating the three sets that he won with 6:4, 6:1 and 6:4, so it is not surprising that the Swiss magician from Basel did not hide the tears after the end of the match and winning the second Grand Slam title this season.