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Roger 1-14 By The Numbers

08.06.2009 | Tennis

1 - Roland Garros title (2009) and Rafael Nadal (only player he's lost to in a Grand Slam final)


2 - Ranking at time of Roland Garros title (also '08 US Open and '04 Australian Open)


3 - Australian Open titles won (2004, '06-07)


4 - Times reached final (minimum) in each of the Grand Slam tournaments (only man to accomplish that feat)


5 - Wimbledon (2003-2007) and US Open (2004-2008) titles won and number of times he's lost to Nadal in Slam finals


6 - Sets lost during his title run at Roland Garros, the most of his Grand Slam titles, and how many different players to complete a career Grand Slam


7 - Consecutive years of winning at least one Grand Slam title


8 - Hard court titles between US Open (5) and Australian Open (3); Losses in his streak of 20 consecutive semi-final or better Grand Slam appearances


9 - Countries of opponents he's beaten in Grand Slam finals (Australia, Chile, Cyprus, Great Britain, Russia, Serbia, Spain, Sweden, and U.S.)


10 - Record consecutive Grand Slam finals reached between 2005 Wimbledon and 2007 US Open


11 - Appearances at Roland Garros before winning first title (same as Andre Agassi) and number of different opponents he's beaten in Grand Slam finals


12 -Titles won in his streak of 20 consecutive semi-final or better Grand Slam appearances


13 - Last year's US Open where Federer won his previous Grand Slam title; 2000 Wimbledon where Sampras won his


14- Ties Pete Sampras for the most Grand Slam singles titles in the history of men's tennis



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06/09/2009 | 02:02 PM
you cant imaging how much we love you in jordan , you are our poineer
06/09/2009 | 01:58 PM
roger , there is nothing else to do you are the legend of legends no one was and will break your achivements
06/09/2009 | 01:43 PM
Congratulations Roger, you're my mejro of all time, sorry to see you play an inexplicable sense of joy, and when you lose a game it makes me see that you're a human being.

Te Admira Miracles
06/09/2009 | 01:38 PM
Those are stats that no other player has ever,or will ever beat. Simply AMAZING!
06/09/2009 | 01:36 PM
I think Roger might be quite wise not to play Halle.
1) he must be emotionally even if not physically drained.
2) as pointed out on another page, his draw looks unbelievably tough and although it doesn't deeply matter if he doesn't win, even goes out ea
06/09/2009 | 01:20 PM
fantastic roger....i can't be more broud of u....believe me

06/09/2009 | 01:13 PM
SO happy for you, Roger! How hard you've worked to get this. How graceful you seem to be despite pressure-- both in play and real life. What a huge inspiration you are to me. Silly as this may sound, you are in my daily prayers, along with the rest of my
06/09/2009 | 01:00 PM
Je le savais que tu le ferais un jour Roger j'ai toujours cru en toi même quand d'autres pensait que tu était fini je leur disait qu'il avait tord et que tu allait continuer de gagner et que tu allait redevenir numéro 1 mondiale et tu l'a fait et tu seras
06/09/2009 | 12:59 PM
Dear Roger :

You are a Hestorical Tennis Player , You deserve all the best . We are all with you & supporting you .

Maika .
06/09/2009 | 12:56 PM
Come on!!!!! Next : Wimbledon, US Open ..... and so on, and so on!!!!!!!