Wimbledon Winners Video clip Rating: five / five
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Wimbledon Winners Video Ranking: 4 / five
Roger Federer has again become the no.1 tennis player in the world after defeating British sensation Andy Murray in the Wimbledon Championship final. This was the 7th Wimbledon title for Federer and 17th Grand Slam for him. On being asked about becoming the no. 1 player in the world again, Federer said that when he moved down in the rankings in 2010, people were not sure whether he would be able to become the no. 1 player again or not. Federer said that after losing the no.1 ranking, he decided that he had to get back to the top position again anyhow. It has taken him 2 years to get back to the top, but, finally he did it.
On being asked about his feelings after winning the 7th Wimbledon title, Federer said that he is over the moon after that win over Murray. It is quite satisfactory to be back at the top again. On being asked about the preparations for the big event, London Olympics, Federer said that he has taken rest for a week and he is ready to go into the Olympics. He said that a short break is quite beneficial for the body, but, if you take a break for too long, you get a bit rusty and start feeling nervousness. On being asked about Raefel Nadal’s decision of keeping himself out of the London Olympics, Federer said that Rafa is a great player and a very strong competitor. Had he been a part of the event, it would have been so nice.
On being asked about Andy Murray, Federer said that he played well, but he got nervous during the vital moments. However, he said that Murray is a good enough player and a Grand Slam title is not far away from him. Federer said that he would also participate in the doubles competition in the Olympics.
Wimbledon Winners Video Score: 4 / five
As Swiss tennis star Roger Federer gets set to take on Britain’s very own Andy Murray in the centre court of the All England Club with the Wimbledon title up for grabs, he has not only history but many other things in his sight as well.
If the 30 year old former world number one manages to break the heart of Murray as well as the whole of Great Britain once again, he will equal the record set by Pete Sampras by winning the 7th Wimbledon title of his career and the 17th overall Grand Slam title.
And a win would also guarantee the suave Swiss a return to the top of the ATP tennis rankings after a gap of more than two years as well. At the start of each tennis season, when asked about his goals for the year, Roger Federer has had the same answer for almost a decade now – winning the title at Wimbledon and ending the year as the world number one. And if he manages a victory today, one of those goals will be accomplished and the other one will become a real likelihood as well. Read more »