Federer


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(fĕd′ər-ər), Roger Born 1981.
Swiss tennis player who has won 18 individual titles in Grand Slam competitions.

Federer

(ˈfɛdərə)
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(Biography) Roger. born 1981, Swiss tennis player: winner of a record seventeen Grand Slam singles titles (2003–12), including seven at Wimbledon and five at the US Open
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1 Roger Federer owned a one-set lead and with the second set tied at 2-2 against Federico Delbonis in his opening match Saturday at the Indian Wells ATP Masters before the match was suspended due to rain.
Roger Federer goes down on his knees as he plays in an exhibition match with partner Bill Gates against Jack Sock and Savannah Guthrie.
MELBOURNE, Australia -- As Roger Federer cried while accepting his 20th Grand Slam title, Rod "Rocket" Laver took a chance to snap a picture for posterity.
MELBOURNE, Australia Back where his career resurgence began with a drought-breaking triumph last year, Roger Federer cried as he lifted and kissed the Australian Open trophy for a sixth time and celebrated his 20th Grand Slam title.
Defending champion Roger Federer argued with an umpire but mostly let his racket do the talking as he beat Tomas Berdych for the ninth time running to reach the Australian Open semi-finals on Wednesday.
by Gautam Viswanathan, [emailprotected] Roger Federer in a kilt.
At 35, Federer is the oldest winner at the All England Club; now that's incredible.
By: Egypt Today staff CAIRO --17 July 2017: Roger Federer won 3-0 over Marin Cilic to win Wimbledon for the 8th time, winning the most Wimbledon titles in history.
TENNIS ROGER Federer made it three wins out of three in the group stages of the ATP World Tour Finals with a 7-5 4-6 6-4 victory over Kei Nishikori.
ANDY Murray's hopes of winning Wimbledon for a second time were blown away as Roger Federer rolled back the years with a sublime performance to reach his 10th final.
ROGER Federer held serve for a record 116th time in a row before defeating Gilles Simon to book a Wimbledon semi-final with Andy Murray.
press photo Kurdish Globe Novak Djokovic defeated Roger Federer 6-3, 6-7 (5), 6-2 to win his fourth BNP Paribas Open on Sunday, tying him with Federer for the most titles in the desert after winning for the second straight year.