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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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  • Federer breezes into 9th Wimbledon final

    Federer breezes into 9th Wimbledon final
    LONDON - Roger Federer reached a ninth Wimbledon final after suppressing bullet-serving giant Milos Raonic 6-4, 6-4, 6-4 with a masterful display of the grass-court arts on Friday. Chasing a record eighth title at the All England Club, Federer set up...
  • Djokovic back in Wimbledon final

    Djokovic back in Wimbledon final
    LONDON - Top seed Novak Djokovic halted the grass-court charge of talented Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov on Friday, beating the 11th seed 6-4, 3-6, 7-6(2), 7-6(7) in an exhilarating see-saw contest to reach the Wimbledon final. The six-time Grand Slam...
  • Youngsters look to spoil a marquee men's Wimbledon final

    — The new kids on the block are not a boy band here, but a threat to the usual order of things at Wimbledon. The men's semifinals are Friday, and two of the four players left are marquee upon which tennis thrives. They are Novak Djokovic of...
  • 'Brand Kyrgios' on the rise, but Australian must tread carefully

    MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Teenager Nick Kyrgios's ranking is not the only thing that will soar after his electrifying run at Wimbledon. The Australian's brand has also shot into the stratosphere, according to marketing experts. An exhausted Kyrgios bowed out...
  • Sports TV and radio: Friday's 7/4 log (updated Thursday AM)

    8 a.m.    Tennis: Wimbledon (primarily semifinals: Novak Djokovic vs. Grigor Dimitrov; Milos Raonic vs. Roger Federer).--ESPN 9 a.m.    Motorsports: Formula One practice (in Silverstone, England).--NBCSN 9:30 a.m.    Golf: French Open second round (in...
  • For Andy Murray, a Wimbledon prize — and reprise — proves elusive

    For Andy Murray, a Wimbledon prize — and reprise — proves elusive
    On the warmest, sunniest day you can imagine, in a place where those are few and far between, gloom prevailed Wednesday. Great Britain was Mudville, and mighty Casey had struck out. When Andy Murray's final ground stroke settled into the bottom of the...
  • Wild things ready to start re-arranging the furniture

    LONDON (Reuters) - The problem with allowing a bunch of rowdy gate crashers into the party is they will repay you by re-arranging your furniture. It must feel a little bit like that for the established names at this year's Wimbledon. After loitering...
  • Kyrgios out but not down

    LONDON (Reuters) - The adrenaline rush of slaying Rafael Nadal at Wimbledon was replaced by dejection and despondency only 24 hours later but Australian tyro Nick Kyrgios should take plenty of heart from what he described as the "best couple of weeks of...
  • On The Fly: Big Names Falling At Wimbledon

    Andy Murray is out at Wimbledon, losing to No. 11 seed Grigor Dimitrov in the quarterfinals. Last year Murray became the first Wimbledon men's singles champion from England in 77 years. Rafael Nadal gone, Murray gone. Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic both...
  • Raonic sees Federer is merely an obstacle to overcome

    LONDON (Reuters) - Milos Raonic will not be overawed by seven-times Wimbledon champion Roger Federer when the men take to Centre Court for Friday's semi-final, the eighth seed said after seeing off Australian teenager Nick Kyrgios. The 23-year-old Raonic...
  • Defending Champ Andy Murray Falls; Federer, Djokovic Onto Semis

    WIMBLEDON — The mayhem created by an Australian firecracker the previous evening was continued in brutal fashion by Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov on Wednesday as he annihilated defending Wimbledon champion Andy Murray. With the dust still settling on...