The Fedal Narrative

Roger's ascension, as we know, is quite historical. He is the oldest man or woman to reach No.1 in the sport. He's 36 years-old. Agassi, at 33, was the previous record holder. But as so many are so quick to claim that this golden era represents the heights of the sport (tough to refute this …

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Federer is 36 and No. 1 in the World

Shit happens. What are all the legends of the sport saying on a day/night like today/tonight? In the end, everyone, legends included, should say well done, old boy. Raise a pint or a flute. If you know a bit about sport, especially higher stake games and matches, Federer checks all the boxes. The few he's …

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Federer Enjoying a Danish in Rotterdam

No, I did not say that something is rotten in the state of Denmark. But the play-on-words probably works for some people's psyche. Federer did have a splendid outing, of course, as he mounted his charge today for world #1 in Rotterdam against the #116 ranked Belgian Ruben Bemelmans. Federer whet his appetite 6-1 6-2. …

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The Aftermath of Federer’s 6th Australian Open Title

A few strands of confetti are still pirouetting about Melbourne Park, especially in and around Rod Laver Arena, but most of the Australian Open fanfare has dissipated and moved-on, perhaps similar to a kind of circus or country fair. The excitement of Roger Federer's victory and 20th major certainly has some fans and tennis professionals …

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