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7th title in Wimbledon

08.07.2012 | Tennis, Starseite 3

Roger won today’s Wimbledon final against Andy Murray 4-6, 7-5, 6-3, 6-4, capturing his 17th Grand Slam title and regaining the no. 1 spot in the world ranking!

"This is a magic moment for me." Roger said after the match, holding the trophy. "I couldn't be any happier. I had a tough time in the last years. This victory is just coming at the right time."

Roger equalled Pete Sampras' record at the All England Club with a seventh Wimbledon title. He also equalled another Sampras-record by regaining world no. 1 tomorrow: 286 weeks on top of the ATP world ranking. "This is unbelievable: Sampras is my hero", said Roger.

Murray had a better start and broke Roger in the first game of the first set. Roger made a lot of unforced errors and seemed a bit nervous. The second set was much more even. After the players returned from a rain interruption, Roger was unstoppable and converted his second match-ball after 3:24 hours of play. 

 
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08/02/2012 | 09:25 AM
My dream come thru!!!
Saw again you playing amazing tennis at Wimbledon.
Congratulations Rog!!!
07/30/2012 | 07:07 AM
I watch you played on the Wimbledon final and this is the happiest moment that after the match was finished, for the reasons that you made history again, breaking all the records up there. Being the no 1 ranking again really amazing, no one in tennis world can ever surpass your records at the moment. Congratulations Roger keep on wiining and we always support you in every match you played. Go for the gold medal at the Olympics. Good luck, good helath and God bless you and your family always..
07/27/2012 | 05:21 PM
i am still walking on air since you returned to NR 1 and conquered most weeks at top position. Roger jy is 'n yster!

Praying for Wimbledon. Vonnie
07/27/2012 | 05:10 PM
☆I love the number seven is a magic number, its achievements are impressive and admirable, and bring us great joy every time you lift a trophy is an unspeakable joy, as if we had there with you, imagine for you and your family.☆

BIA – BRASIL :)
07/27/2012 | 05:10 PM
☆His career has always been bright and equilibrate, some media critics have to retire ... kkkkkk ... a minority who do not understand tennis talk nonsense and stupid things, but we knew that was ridiculous and his tennis and you are wonderful and this is real.☆

BIA – BRASIL :)
07/25/2012 | 12:59 AM
NO FEDERER N0 TENNIS.... YOU ARE SIMPLY BEST PLAYER IN HISTORY, COME ON............................. SARKO MEVKO
07/24/2012 | 02:46 PM
Congratulation!!! You are great man, help people of the world.... I'm rooting for you, we are together and together we can more... I wait you here Brazil... UP Next and big hug!!!
07/21/2012 | 07:51 AM
RF,

Maintain this momentum & keep it up Roger!! Of-course u r always the holder of all records, none else!! Confident mentally at all times in profession / business, else we are the looser!!
07/20/2012 | 10:51 PM
In continuum, it must be said that the consistency you have shown over the years cannot be matched by any player for a long while. Your records speak for themselves. I am certain we will see you playing long after Nadal and Djokovic, (who while fantastic players in their own right lack your total brilliance) have hung up their racquets. Their ball bashing style of play will take a toll on their bodies and they will withdraw from the game either due to burnout or injury sooner than later.
07/20/2012 | 10:46 PM
Congrats Roger,

Your list of achievements, like you, are astounding!
May you continue to play tennis and keep breaking records each time you step on court!

287 weeks at the top of your profession and counting.17 majors and counting.We are truly blessed to witness you perform your magic with the racquet with each match you play.

You have shown the younger lot, that age is just a number and how it is always easier to reach top, than maintain a position on it.

Bravo, Roger. Upwards and
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