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Surprised Federer set to write Wimbledon history

Surprised Federer set to write Wimbledon history

Tendulkar made no bones about the fact that he was at the Centre Court to watch Federer in action.

But with Murray and Djokovic falling early and Federer rolling back the years, hopes grew as the tournament progressed.

It was Makarova and Vesnina's third Grand Slam title together. Since then Federer has only lost twice.

After becoming world No 1, he beat Marat Safin in a one-sided final in Melbourne 7-6 (7-3) 6-4 6-2.

Both players won their second Grand Slam titles. She defeated Serena at the 2015 French Open. Known to be a big tennis fan, Tendulkar has time and again made appearancs at the All England Club."It's always special to be here and always been a big of tennis and it is no better than Wimbledon", the legendary batsman said. So this is something I was working towards, you know, Wimbledon, to be in good shape.

"I'm always hanging around", Martinez said. Cilic knows he has the weapons to beat Federer.

There were some parallels in their Wimbledon wins.

"Conditions were fast, he was clocking returns and serves at will", said the Swiss.

As he continues to defy Father Time, Roger Federer is placing no time frame on retirement plans, even hinting that the 2020 Tokyo Olympics could be on his radar. "We're going to do this.' It's meant to be".

Past history favors Federer by a wide margin.

Turning 36 next month, Federer will bid to become the oldest men's Wimbledon champion since 1930 when he takes on Croatian Marin Cilic in his 11th final on Sunday night. "I have felt that my level of tennis in the last several weeks is really on a high level, and that has given me a lot of consistency with my mindset". Still, Muguruza was asked her preference for a dance partner at this year's champions' dinner.

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"It was a long way back in some ways".

"Last year we had a brutal quarter-final".

Garbine Muguruza out-powered Venus Williams to win the Wimbledon title 7-5, 6-0. Now, he's got a shot for some revenge, finer revenge because it would mean a second Slam. Her last one came in 2008.

Federer has not won multiple grand slam titles in a season since 2009 but has rolled back the years through 2017. Roger's doing the same thing.

The roof over Centre Court is closed for the women's final at Wimbledon.

Federer, who has yet to lose a set in this year's tournament, will play Marin Cilic on Sunday in the men's singles final.

"It would be absolutely a dream come true to win Wimbledon here". Like I said, Federer didn't look great against Berdych, but Cilic had his own issues against Querrey.