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Roger Federer

Roger Federer
Roger Federer (August 8, 1981 - ) is a professional tennis player who was ranked No. 1 for a record 237 consecutive weeks, from February 2, 2004 to August 17, 2008. He has won 13 Grand Slam titles.
Roger Federer (August 8, 1981 - ) is a professional tennis player who was ranked No. 1 for a record 237 consecutive weeks, from February 2, 2004 to August 17, 2008. He has won 13 Grand Slam titles. « Show less

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  • Let's Go To The Video: NFL, Ravens Handled Rice Case Horribly

    Let's Go To The Video: NFL, Ravens Handled Rice Case Horribly
    NEW YORK — The video, not some great and enduring principle, led the Baltimore Ravens to cut Ray Rice on Monday. The video, certainly not moral fiber or a sage's wisdom, led NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to suspend the running back indefinitely....
  • Cilic arrolla a Nishikori y se proclama campeón del Abierto de Estados Unidos

    Cilic arrolla a Nishikori y se proclama campeón del Abierto de Estados Unidos
    El croata Marin Cilic, decimocuarto favorito, impuso su poder físico y se proclamó campeón del Abierto de Estados Unidos al vencer 6-3, 6-3 y 6-3 al japonés Kei Nishikori, décimo favorito, en lo que fue la primera final de un Grand Slam para ambos...
  • Even in defeat, Nishikori set to win big off-court

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Already ranked ninth in Forbes' list of top tennis earners, Japan's Kei Nishikori is due for a bigger share of the off-court largesse despite losing Monday's final at the U.S. Open, U.S. marketing experts say. "He has great marketing...
  • Disappointment for Nishikori, but Asia on the rise

    (Reuters) - Tokyo's morning rush-hour will probably have flowed a little smoother than usual on Tuesday as millions delayed their journeys to find a TV beaming a 24-year-old wielding a tennis racket on a patch of concrete in a suburb of New York. A...
  • Nishikori takes Japan from tragedy to tennis elite

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - For over three-quarters of a century men's tennis in Japan has played out like a kabuki tragedy, filled with decades of barren results, embarrassments and even a suicide. Although Kei Nishikori was beaten 6-3 6-3 6-3 by Marin Cilic...
  • Cilic crushes Nishikori to claim U.S. Open title

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Croatia's Marin Cilic swept past Japan's Kei Nishikori 6-3 6-3 6-3 to win the U.S. Open on Monday and reach the pinnacle of the sport one year after a doping ban kept him out of the year's final grand slam. The big-serving Croatian...
  • Marin Cilic overpowers Kei Nishikori in U.S. Open tennis final

    The summary of Monday's singles final at the U.S. Open in the Big Apple was as simple as the final score: Big man. Big game. Big win. The summary of many who watched, especially those not deeply into the sport and expecting great drama from this...
  • Factbox : U.S. Open champion Marin Cilic

    (Reuters) - Marin Cilic became the first Croatian to win a grand slam singles final in 13 years with his victory at the U.S. Open in New York on Monday. Here are some facts on Cilic: - Born Sept. 28, 1988 (Aged 25) - Began playing tennis when he was...
  • Croata Cilic vence a Nishikori y gana Abierto EEUU, su primer título del Grand Slam

    NUEVA YORK (Reuters) - El tenista croata Marin Cilic derrotó el lunes al japonés Kei Nishikori por 6-3, 6-3 y 6-3 en la final del Abierto de Estados Unidos, para ganar el primer título del Grand Slam de su carrera. El título es una revancha personal para...
  • 'Second-line' players take center stage for U.S. Open men's final

    Not only will Monday night's men's singles final of the U.S. Open tennis tournament break new ground for the future of the game. It will also have a rallying cry: Here comes the second line. Marin Cilic of Croatia, one of the competitors in this...
  • U.S. Open losses by Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer rock tennis' world

    — If tennis had a Richter scale, this one would have been a 9.2. Before they play Sunday's women's final, they better check for cracks in the stadium. There will be tennis fans all over the world who were busy Saturday afternoon and not watching...