The defending champion wins his fifth Wimbledon title and 16th career major title.
It was Anderson’s first win over Federer at his fifth attempt.
South Africa's Kevin Anderson will clash with eight time champion Roger Federer, who is also part South African.
...plus Roger Federer's grand slam records - in numbers.
“Would you describe your game as a silky gazelle?”
Beyond tennis--beyond all sport--that, as a concept alone, is remarkably inspiring. As a long-time admirer, he didn't need the trophy for me to ever believe he was capable of doing it--but seeing him lift it feels so, so good.
I don't think that anyone watching the men's finals at Wimbledon between Marin Cilic and Roger Federer expected there to
He won a record 8th Wimbeldon Title🎾🏆
He's won 23 consecutive matches and has collected 10 titles in 2015. He's out on his own at the top of the game, and by the time he has hung his racket up, he may well be in the conversation as to who the greatest ever player is.
Now that the excitement of the Wimbledon fortnight is over and Novak Djokovic beat the seven-time winner Roger Federer, the
A Murray will fight for Britain’s only chance at Wimbledon glory today – but it is older brother Jamie rather than Andy this
To the sound of thousands of British hearts breaking, Roger Federer saw Andy Murray off in at Wimbledon on Friday. Both men
The Singles Wimbledon finals will take place on the 11th and 12th of July and will be played on Centre Court. Saturday sees
*... not really. Two lucky tennis fans who won a VIP trip to Wimbledon were shocked to find their chauffeur was none other
If I'm honest, I was surprised to hear that he'd said it in the first place, and even though I'm sure the TV interviewers will bring it up, I'm rather hoping he doesn't say it again. He's trodden the line so well both on and off court for so many years, but I think this time Roger got it wrong.
A child got the unique opportunity to rally with tennis ace Roger Federer on Tuesday, and he did exceptionally well. Simply
Video footage has emerged that appears to show Roger Federer's wife sledging her husband's opponent by calling him "a cry
Daniel Farrelly and Daniel Nettle investigated male tennis players who had appeared in the top 100 players in the ATP singles rankings at the end of each year, from 1995 to 2005. Their investigation found married players suffered a significant decrease in ranking points between the year before getting married, and the year after, whereas there was no such difference in performance for unmarried players, during the corresponding time period.
For British fans, given the World Cup results, Andy Murray's crash out of Wimbledon, and the minimal numbers of British champs selected for the Tour line up, this has turned out to be the 'anti-year' in British sport, the opposite of 2012.
Federer turns 33 next month, it's hardly time to be writing of retirement. The Fed Express will still be running and calling at its usual stops for years to come... He is not done winning grand slams. And those who write him off are more than just premature, they risk looking like idiots.