With his 7-6, 7-6, 6-4 win over Novak Djokovic Sunday, Roger Federer won his fourth consecutive U.S. Open championship — a men’s tennis Open Era record. The championship also ties him with Roy Emerson for second place on the all-time list of men’s career Grand Slam titles (12), leaving behind Bjorn Borg and Rod Laver (both with 11), and trailing only Pistol Pete Sampras who has a ridiculous 14. … Continue reading…Why He’s The Best? Roger Federer Knows How To Win. Period.
The last tennis Grand Slam of 2007 is finally upon us, and almost over. I’m surprised I haven’t blogged about this yet, but I finally got some free time this Labor Day weekend to watch some action. … Continue reading…2007 U.S. Open
I ended waking up hours before everyone else and was left alone to my own devices. I read as France and Italy battled for the 2006 World Cup. I read as Roger Federer finally beat Rafael Nadal for the first time this year to win his fourth Wimbledon singles title. I cleaned up my room. … Continue reading…Very Lazy Sunday
No. 1 Roger Federer has reached his third Wimbledon final by beating No. 2 Lleyton Hewitt in a three set semifinal match. He will either face Andy Roddick or Thomas Johansson. … Continue reading…Roger Federer Reaches Third Consecutive Wimbledon Final