Roger Federer News Archive
We hope you aren't wearing tight pants, because your tennis boner is about to lose control!
We had no idea he was about to do this: Roger Federer has surpassed Pete Sampras for the most weeks at No. 1 in the ATP rankings!
After winning Wimbledon a week ago, Federer started his 287th week at No. 1 — one more than Sampras.
Here's what he said:
"[I'm] extremely proud and honored to have beaten Pete's record as he was my childhood hero and I have always looked up to him."
Congrats on Wimbledon, Roger!
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Roger Federer is taking a vacay right now, and it's not like he totally doesn't deserve it!
We mean, the guy just won his SEVENTH Wimbledon title!
Of course he deserves to go to Sardinia, Italy, and spend some time with his lovely wife, Mirka!
Congrats again on your win, Roger!
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That rhymed — and it's true!!
Not only did Roger Federer win Wimbledon, but that pales in comparison in winning two of the cutest daughters on the planet — his twin girls, Myla and Charlene!
Andy Murray just lost the Wimbledon final to Roger Federer, but the BBC One and ITV1 TV ratings were still great!
At a peak, 16.9 million people were tuned into the final match as Murray was the first Brit to make it to the finals since 1938!
His loss to Roger Federer allowed Federer to tie Pete Sampras' record for 7 wins at Wimbledon.
In the UK, that 16.9 million peak not only accounted for a 67.9% market share but was also the biggest audience since 1990!
Who would've thought tennis of all things would draw such a huge crowd.
Congrats to Roger Federer!
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They were there cheering on their buddy Roger Federer as he won the match!
The two were looking like they were really enjoying the game, just look at their faces.
Speaking of faces, they are one cute couple. We always hear so many rumors about them but they look happy to us!
Check out some more photos (below) to see Will hug it out with Federer.
[Images via Mavrix Online.]
It's almost over, but the best is yet to come!
He'll have to wait until Friday to learn who he plays in the final after defending champion Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray battle it out in one last men's semifinal.
In the women's competition,