Hitting a win-win in four-set Wimbledon final against Britain’s Andy Murray, Roger Federe has claimed the seventh All England Club title and celebrated 17th Grand Slam crown of his exhaustic career.
This victorious move brought for him Centre Court’s £80 million prize.
Since getting his 16th Grand Slam at the 2010 Australian Open, Federe had been waiting for another hit that has moved in his eighth Wimbledon final and 24th Grand Slam championship match.
He defeated Murray by 4-6, 7-5, 6-3, 6-4 to join Pete Sampras and William Renshaw as a seven-time champion.
The Father of two twin girls Myla Rose and Charlene Riva who are believes to be three later this month, going to be 30 is still in the new golden age of Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal who had played in the previous four Grand Slam finals.
“I feel I have a great game. I’m so happy I’m at the age I am right now, because I had such a great run and I know there’s still more possible,” Federe said while interacting with media and expressing his joy.
Further adding, “It’s very different than when I was 20 or 25. I’m at a much more stable place in my life. I wouldn’t want anything to change. So this is very, very special right now. The victory today is a dream come true today for me and my family and seeing them there. Yeah, it’s big.”
Moreover, this amazing grand victory of Federe permit him to comeback with huge optimization of successive series to the world’s top ranking All England Club for the Olympics, his next target.
The best player who is in wait for another hit as top on the world rank, said there was doubt, he would be back again. “It was just a temporary thing.”