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Roger Federer The Old Tennis Player and the No.1 Ranking.

TweetBy beating Robin Haase in the quarter-finals of the Rotterdam Open, Roger Federer, at the age of 36, became the oldest male player to be ranked No.1 in the world. The Tennis Review reviews how the Swiss got back to the pinnacle of the sport and wonders how long he could end up staying there. Roger […]

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Roger Federer Indian Wells Victory The Time Is Now Once Again

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TweetRoger Federer’s BNP Paribas Open trophy win was his fifth win in the Californian desert and came 13 years after his first win in Indian Wells, his then first ever ATP 1000 trophy. The Tennis Review looks back at the ninth seed’s run to the title which showcased a timeless game making the time right […]

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Fairy Tales DO Come True When You Are Roger Federer

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TweetRoger Federer’s run to the Australian Open 2017 trophy was such a fairy tale finish to the 17th seed’s quest for slam No.18 Hans Christian Anderson would have torn up the manuscript and said “Get real”. Once you told Anderson, however, that Roger Federer composed the tale, he would have put the papers back together […]

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Roger Federer Where Would He Most Likely Win Grand Slam No 18?

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TweetCan Roger Federer win Grand Slam No. 18 has been one of the big tennis questions of recent years. We think, as the world No.3 and a 17 times slam winner, he certainly can so The Tennis Review gives you an answer to another question: where would Federer most likely win that elusive 18th Major […]

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John Isner Defeats Roger Federer BNP Paribas Masters Open Three Unsurprising Things

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TweetJohn Isner’s (13) 7-6(3), 3-6, 7-6 (5) defeat of Roger Federer (3) in the last sixteen of the BNP Paribas Masters Paris Bercy will certainly go down as an upset, but the win should not come as a complete surprise. The Tennis Review takes a look at three reasons why. 1. Slow hard courts suit […]

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US Open Lowdown The Roger Federer SABR (Sneak Attack By Roger) Return

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TweetRoger Federer’s SABR return has been creating a lot of headlines at this year’s US Open. The Tennis Review explains what the SABR is and what all the fuss is about. What is the SABR? Roger Federer calls the shot the SABR- the Sneak Attack by Roger- and that sums it up perfectly. When Roger […]

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Roger Federer vs Rafael Nadal at the US Open and the Rivalry Missing Link

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Tweet  The Federer- Nadal rivalry has been one of the most enthralling in tennis, a clash of contrasts that has spanned 11 years and 33 matches on the world’s biggest stages. There is one notable exception though – the US Open. The tennis review looks at how the rivalry might have turned out had they […]

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Wimbledon 2015 Final Review Novak Djokovic Defeats Roger Federer

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TweetNovak Djokovic, the top seed and defending champion, may have been the bookies favorite going into the 2015 Wimbledon final, but he was not so in the eyes of many fans and pundits. The Federer grass court game had promised much in the semi-finals but the Swiss legend could not deliver, and, when he threatened […]

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Wimbledon Final Preview Roger Federer Vs Novak Djokovic

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TweetThe Wimbledon 2015 final will be contested between top seed Novak Djokovic and second seed Roger Federer. Both men have a lot to win, their eighth and third Wimbledon titles respectively, and a lot to lose, too. The Tennis Review previews the action and predicts the winner. What’s at stake? Roger Federer, at 33 years […]

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Roger Federer Defeats Murray Wimbledon Semi-Final Five Remarkable Things

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TweetRoger Federer’s 7-5, 6-4, 6-4 semi-final victory over Andy Murray in the Wimbledon 2015 semi-finals was a masterclass in grass court tennis on the big stage. The Tennis Review looks at five remarkable things from the win. 1. Federer’s pacing. Federer cruised and cranked his way to this win. He cruised through his service games- […]

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