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Topic - Roger Federer
Many of the top seeds at the Citi Open view the hard court season as an opportunity to earn valuable rankings points and to potentially inch closer to the elusive top 5.
Djokovic had a match point at 5-4 in the fourth set, but Federer saved that with an ace and forced a fifth set. In the last set, Djokovic broke with the help of four mistakes by Federer to seal the win.
Novak Djokovic wins his second title at Wimbledon after defeating Roger Federer in five sets.
Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic will meet for the Wimbledon title after the old guard held off the new in the semifinals Friday at the All England Club.
Dimitrov completely outplayed Murray on Centre Court, winning 6-1, 7-6 (4), 6-2 to reach the semifinals of a Grand Slam tournament for the first time.
Sharapova saved six match points before falling to Kerber in the fourth round at Wimbledon on Tuesday, ending her bid to win a second title at the All England Club a decade after her first.
The 144th-ranked Kyrgios, a wild-card entry, hit 37 aces and delivered a between-the-legs winner on one point. He is the first man to get to the quarterfinals in his Wimbledon debut in 10 years.
The same can't be said on the women's side, where top-seeded and five-time champion Serena Williams won't see any action at the All England Club in Week 2 except in doubles with her sister Venus, another five-time Wimbledon winner who is also out of singles.
Federer or Nadal — and sometimes both — appeared in all 10 Wimbledon finals from 2003-12, combining to claim nine of those titles. Neither made it that far in 2013. Not even close. Federer lost his second match at the All England Club. Nadal exited in the first round, a year after bowing out in the second.
Rafael Nadal's 14th major title tied him for second all-time behind Roger Federer. That numeric and historic evidence suggest a case can be now made that Nadal is the best ever.
Everything appeared to be under control for Roger Federer, just like in the old days at Grand Slam tournaments.
Roger Federer loses to Ernests Gulbis in 4th round of French Open.
After that, though, Federer made at least the quarterfinals at a record 36 consecutive Grand Slam tournaments, a streak that ended with a second-round loss at Wimbledon last year. Now the 32-year-old Federer has bowed out before the quarterfinals at three of the last four majors.
Five things to look for Sunday at the French Open:
"Stan gave me the chance to play again today. It was a pleasure," Federer said in French in a courtside interview in front of the 15,000-plus crowd at the Palexpo indoor arena
Asked where the Davis Cup figures in the season plans, Federer said: "We have other priorities from now on, which are the Masters 1000s coming up, the clay-court season, then we'll see when September rolls around."