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TAG: Roger Federer

Jul/21

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Federer: “I don’t think I’m playing because he’s doing well…”

Roger Federer was asked two days ago if one of the main, motivating reasons he’s still playing at near 40 is to try to protect his 20 Grand Slam singles majors record from being overtaken by Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic. Federer did not give his questioner a certain answer but did give strong praise […] Continue to read full article...

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Jul/21

2

Which Tennis Player Has The Most Instagram Followers?

You may be surprised by these instagram stats about which tennis players boast the most followers… Anna Kournikova 1.7 million Venus Williams 1.3 m Gael Monfils 739 k Coco Gauff 694 k Juan Martin Del Potro 1.8 m Andy Murray 1.7 m Nick Kyrgios 1.6 m Simona Halep 1.6 m Maria Sharapova 4.1 m Sania […] Continue to read full article...

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Jun/21

27

Is this the moment of truth for Federer?

This Wimbledon could be the moment of truth for Federer. Everything is at stake. He is unsure about his summer schedule because it all rides on his result at AELTC. “If I play really good or really bad, it will (impact my summer schedule, Toronto, Cincy, US Open, Olympics)…” Federer then insisted the mental mistakes […] Continue to read full article...

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Jun/21

26

Federer is ready to shock the world at Wimbledon

If a great champion could talk his way to a Grand Slam title, Roger Federer sounds ready to shock the world. He’s completely figured out the loss to Felix in Halle and has rebuilt his mental mindset to win number Grand Slam no. 21 in two weeks time. “I had a mental moment where I […] Continue to read full article...

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Tennis fans are eagerly anticipating the arrival of June 28th, as it marks the beginning of the Wimbledon Championship at the All England Lawn Tennis Club in London. The quintessentially British tournament is replete with strawberries and cream and attracts the finest tennis players from all over the world, who hope to leave as champion. […] Continue to read full article...

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Jun/21

18

Cool Fedalkovic Stats

Roger Federer has played 80 Grand Slams and won 20. Rafael Nadal has played 62 Grand Slams and won 20. Novak Djokovic has played 64 Grand Slams and won 19. —————— Roger Federer has earned career prize money totaling $130,199,920. Rafael Nadal has earned $124,937,195. Novak Djokovic has earned $149,798,813. —————– Roger Federer has won […] Continue to read full article...

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Jun/21

6

Federer Ducked Djokovic

Roger Federer is four matches away from 21 but threw away his chances by withdrawing from Roland Garros ahead of his match vs Berrettini in Round 4. Everybody knows the real reason though – he doesn’t want to get slaughtered by his arch rival and nemesis Novak Djokovic. Even though Federer has beaten Djokovic at […] Continue to read full article...

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May/21

19

Federer and Serena To Depart Together?

The time has arrived that we know the end is near for Roger Federer and Serena Williams. Two of the greatest and most decorated champions in the history of the court sport, can longer win the matches they used to win routinely. They continue to play on with their extraordinary talents and fighting spirits hoping […] Continue to read full article...

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It goes without saying that Roger Federer is already one of the greatest, if not the greatest tennis players to grace us with his presence. The Swiss giant has had a career like no other and even though he is late in his 30s and is close to retiring, he keeps showing us that age […] Continue to read full article...

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Mar/21

24

How Should Roger Federer Retire?

By Scoop Malinowski The inevitable day when Roger Federer decides to stop playing professional tennis is approaching. This monumental moment will have a devastating impact on the economy of the sport and also millions of ardent Federer enthusiasts all over the planet. But it’s going to happen. All great things must come to an end. […] Continue to read full article...

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