Roger Federer

Andy Murray is standing on the brink of history as he bids to become the first British man to lift the Wimbledon singles
Murray mania reached fever pitch today as the nation pinned its hopes on the Scot becoming the first British men's Wimbledon
Being ball boy or ball girl in tomorrow's Wimbledon final would be "incredible", two hopefuls said today. Lauren Drewett
While the nation roots for its first British Wimbledon champion in 76 years, one charity could be hoping that Federer takes
Roger Federer has beaten Novak Djokovic to reach a record eighth Wimbledon final. The Swiss won the Centre Court encounter
For a long time I have preached that Andy Murray shall not win a Grand Slam, and until the day he does this will not change. He simply isn't good enough in this era.
Since 2009 we have talked about a "big four", more recently a "big four". Andy Murray, the best British tennis player for decades, was a well established member of the so called "big four". Recently, however, he has been ruthlessly jettisoned from this prestigious group as Djokovic, Nadal and the immortal Roger Federer have continued to raise the level of performance required to be part of the ultimate elite.
FEDRER-FALLA, 2010 Roland Garros hosts the annual French Open beginning 27 May, with Rafael Nadal looking to win his seventh
There is no rivalry akin to Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal. It is simply the best individual sporting rivalry in the world, no questions asked.
You should be prepared for a sense of déjà vu when watching Olympics tennis this summer. That's because the competition is being staged at the All-England club, meaning we'll essentially be watching two Wimbledons this summer. Yes, as ever, our hopes for medal 48 will rest on the shoulders of Andy Murray.
During a game of cricket, you expect to see a decent catch or two. During a game of tennis? Well, not so much. But that's
Next summer, on the peerless courts of the All England Club, two players will end the 88-year reign of R. Norris Williams and Hazel Wightman as the mixed doubles champions of Olympic tennis. For the good of the sport, and the good of the Games, let us hope those players are Roger Federer and Martina Hingis.