Roger Federer announces his retirement from competitive tennis

Sports Desk : Roger Federer, a legendary tennis player from Switzerland, has announced his retirement from competitive play at the age of 41, citing signals from his body. Federer has recently had to deal with surgeries, injuries, and a burgeoning field of new stars. “I have played more than 1,500 matches over 24 years,” … Read more

Feel it the Federer way

Even by his lofty standard it was big. On his way to 17 grand slam wins, Roger Federer has attended many press conferences, handled umpteenth media sessions, but perhaps he has never seen so much enthusiasm about him.
Around 500 journalists waited for him for more than 45 minutes, but none

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Federer and Nadal are out, Murray can make history

Roger Federer crashed out of the Australian Open on Friday to give Andy Murray his best chance yet of finally winning a Grand Slam. The Scot is now just two matches away from becoming the first Briton since Fred Perry in 1937 to win a Major. And for the first time in his career, neither Federer or Rafa Nadal is standing in his way.
Murray’s path to the final opened up when Nadal lost to David Ferrer in the quarter finals

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