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Federer Cruises Past Benneteau at Olympics

Federer def. Benneteau at Olympics

Hopp Schwiiz! Hey all, great match from Roger today which was what I expected after struggling just a little in the first round against Falla. Today was a totally different story and Roger came up with the goods breezing through 6-2 6-2, a peRFect prediction by yours truly. The only real sniff that Benneteau got today was in Rogers opening …

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Federer defeats Falla in 1st Round at Olympics

Federer defeats Falla in Olympics

Well Rogers gold medal mission is underway and it’s pretty clear from today that it’s bound to be a roller coaster ride. Many thought Falla was going to be a walkover match for Roger, but like I said in my Olympic draw post this guy was always going to test Roger because he just has one of those games that …

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Federer Gets Good Olympic Draw; Faces Falla 1st Round

Federer Olympic Draw

Hey everyone, apologies on not posting for a while but to be honest I’ve not had much to talk about since Wimbledon and to top it off I’ve been pretty busy with work! Anyway, the Olympics officially starts tonight with the opening ceremony and the tennis kicks off tomorrow with Roger 3rd on centre court against Alejandro Falla. Although I’m …

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How Roger Federer Won His 7th Wimbledon

Federer 7th Wimbledon

You may have heard that Roger Federer won a record equaling 7th Wimbledon title on Sunday against Brit Andy Murray, but have you heard how he did it? You might just look at the result and say, simple, he outplayed the Brit on his beloved Centre Court to come through 4-6 7-5 6-3 6-4 to take his 17th Grand Slam …

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Majestic Federer Wins 7th Wimbledon Title

Federer Wins 7th Wimbledon

I’m struggling to type here as it’s difficult to put into words but what a peRFect day on Centre Court as Roger won his 7th Wimbledon title beating Murray 4-6 7-5 6-3 6-4 to tie Pete Sampras’s record and return to Number 1 in the world all at the age of 30. It’s hard to explain how great a feat …

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Federer Defeats Djokovic to Make 8th Wimbledon Final

Federer defeats Djokovic Wimbledon

Oh Yeah! Without a shadow of a doubt the best feeling Fedfans have had in a Grand Slam since the French Open last year and what a feeling it was seeing Roger defeat the defending champion, Novak Djokovic, to make his 8th Wimbledon final. (yet another record!) Now my excitement has died down a little bit and I can look …

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Sublime Federer Defeats Youzhny at Wimbledon

Federer def. Youhzny Wimbledon

Allez! Vintage/Majestic/JesusFed performance from Roger today against Mikhail Youzhny, I think we all expected Roger to win but not in this type of fashion and the most positive outcome was that were no repercussions of the back injury that plagued him in the first set against Malisse two days earlier. The fact he was able to serve at full tilt …

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Federer’s Outfit for the 2012 Cincinnati Masters & Rogers Cup

Cincinatti Masters

After posting Rogers outfit for the London Olympics yesterday I’ve gotten on abit of a roll and decided to post his outfit for the hard court tournaments prior to the US Open this Autumn/Fall i.e. The Rogers Cup in Toronto starting August 4th and then the Cincinnati Masters starting on August 11th 2012. This outfit is surprising for two reasons: …

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Roger Federer’s Outfit for the London 2012 Olympics


Seen as though there’s no Roger match today I thought I’d post Roger’s outfit for the upcoming London 20l2 Olympics. Before seeing it I wasn’t sure if Wimbledon would expect competing individuals to respect their traditions and play in all white, but as you can below it’s clear players will be wearing their national colours and of course Roger will …

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Federer Beats Injury and Malisse to Make Quarters

Federer def Malisse

Pfffft another crazy match! I thought after Friday nights antics against Benneteau Roger would come through this one with ease but just like the third round, mid way through the 1st set you knew things weren’t right. Roger Starts Pushing His Forehand I think it was about the 5th game I realised Roger was moving rather gingerly, he wasn’t able …

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