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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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  • Novak Djokovic wins BNP Paribas Open — but Roger Federer doesn't lose

    Novak Djokovic proved Sunday at Indian Wells, in the men's final of the BNP Paribas Open, that Roger Federer does not walk on water. But then, Djokovic would be the first to admit that his older tennis rival does pretty well on hard courts amid the...
  • Roger Federer is majestic in BNP Paribas Open quarterfinal

    Roger Federer is majestic in BNP Paribas Open quarterfinal
    A strange desert wind blew through Indian Wells and its Taj Mahal tennis facility in late afternoon Thursday, turning a women's quarterfinal into Ringling Brothers Barnum & Bailey. But it disappeared in time for the appearance of the evening's royalty,...
  • Sports TV and radio: Sunday's 3/16 log (updated Sunday AM with matchups and corresponding adjustments)

    7 a.m.    Exhibition baseball: Minnesota at N.Y. Mets (d.).--MLB Net. 9 a.m.    Talk: Sports Highlights (d.; Episode 234 — on Cox cable channel 47 and Verizon FiOs 17 in Newport News).--NNPS 9:25 a.m.    Soccer: English Premier League: Liverpool...
  • Roger Federer goes easy, Novak Djokovic goes hard to Indian Wells final

    Roger Federer won the men's tennis semifinals of the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells on Saturday. Both of them. Little did Federer know that, when he waltzed past Alexandr Dolgopolov of Ukraine, 6-3, 6-1, in 1 hour 1 minute, he would have time to get...
  • Novak Djokovic rolls past No. 1 Rafael Nadal to win Sony Open

    It's inarguably the most prolific, if not the greatest, most riveting rivalry in tennis. However, on this splendid, sun-splashed Sunday afternoon in the Sony Open final, most of the sensational shot-making and defense came from one side of the purple...
  • Nadal, Djokovic y después... el abismo

    Nadal, Djokovic y después... el abismo
    El español Rafael Nadal y el serbio Novak Djokovic continúan con su particular lucha por el número uno de la clasificación mundial de la ATP, favorable al balear de momento, lo que amplía la ventaja con sus perseguidores ahora cifrada, tras la final que...
  • TENIS-Djokovic derrota a Nadal y obtiene cuarto título en Abierto de Miami

    Por Steve Keating MIAMI, EEUU (Reuters) - El tenista serbio Novak Djokovic derrotó al número uno del mundo Rafael Nadal por 6-3 y 6-3 el domingo y obtuvo su cuarto título del Abierto de Miami, acabando con el anhelo del español de obtener su...
  • Nadal, Djokovic rivalry not trendy but enduring

    MIAMI (Reuters) - While Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal may be the most trendy rivalry in men's tennis, the most enduring may be top ranked Nadal and Novak Djokovic, who clashed for the 40th time on Sunday in the final of the Sony Open. Any final...
  • Djokovic beats Nadal for fourth Miami title

    MIAMI (Reuters) - Novak Djokovic tamed world number one Rafa Nadal 6-3 6-3 to claim his fourth Sony Open title on Sunday, denying the Spaniard a maiden win on the Miami hardcourts. The win was the second straight Masters series title for the second...
  • Novak Djokovic rolls past Rafael Nadal for Sony Open title

    KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. -- Novak Djokovic won his fourth Key Biscayne title, while Rafael Nadal failed again trying for his first. Djokovic dominated from the start and closed out the victory by winning a remarkable exchange to beat Nadal, 6-3, 6-3, Sunday...
  • Both men's semifinal matches canceled at Sony Open

    The Sony Open made history on Friday. Unfortunately, it didn't come on the courts. For the first time in an ATP main-level tournament since 1968, both men's semifinals were canceled because of walkovers by 20th-seeded Kei Nishikori in the afternoon...