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Djokovic threatens Federer
With his incredible success on Roger Federer in the final of the Wimbledon tournament on Sunday, Novak Djokovic won his 16th Grand Slam trophy. And is only four units from Switzerland. Roger Federer lost very big, Sunday. Unable to convert the two match balls that he got in the fifth inning after breaking Novak Djokovic, the Swiss has indeed let slip a rage that seemed to stretch his arms. "I missed an incredible opportunity, I can not believe it ...", he had to entrust at the end of the meeting. And the Basel could feed all the more regret that his executioner takes the opportunity to get closer to a little more ranking of the most successful players in Grand Slam. Already under the threat of Rafael Nadal, who is only two titles after his new coronation at Roland Garros last month, Roger Federer, with 20 Majors to his name, has only four titles in advance on Novak Djokovic. Nadal is on the lookout A year ago, when Wimbledon started, Novak Djokovic no longer seemed to be a real threat to Switzerland. And not only because the latter, titled earlier this year in Australia, had won three of the last six major. It is especially that the Serb remained on two years without any honors in Grand Slam and had consecutively dropped against Chung Hyeon in the round of 16 in Melbourne and Marco Cecchinato in the quarterfinals at Roland Garros. Since then, the native of Novi Sad has won four of the last five major titles and can, at this rate, join Roger Federer head of balance in a little over a year at the US Open. And if Rafael Nadal continues his harvest on clay Paris, the Spaniard could then follow with 19 trophies to his name. This assumes, however, that the young class, represented by Alexander Zverev or Stefanos Tsitsipas, is still as fickle. In view of what it has produced at Roland Garros or Wimbledon in recent weeks, the Big Three, which won the last eleven Majors, still has the margin. Roger Federer, soon 38 years on the clock, perhaps less than his two friends. "I hope to prove to people that at 37, it's not over yet, I feel good," he said.
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redouanemez
Djokovic threatens Federer
With his incredible success on Roger Federer in the final of the Wimbledon tournament on Sunday, Novak Djokovic won his 16th Grand Slam trophy. And is only four units from Switzerland. Roger Federer lost very big, Sunday. Unable to convert the two match balls that he got in the fifth inning after breaking Novak Djokovic, the Swiss has indeed let slip a rage that seemed to stretch his arms. "I missed an incredible opportunity, I can not believe it ...", he had to entrust at the end of the meeting. And the Basel could feed all the more regret that his executioner takes the opportunity to get closer to a little more ranking of the most successful players in Grand Slam. Already under the threat of Rafael Nadal, who is only two titles after his new coronation at Roland Garros last month, Roger Federer, with 20 Majors to his name, has only four titles in advance on Novak Djokovic. Nadal is on the lookout A year ago, when Wimbledon started, Novak Djokovic no longer seemed to be a real threat to Switzerland. And not only because the latter, titled earlier this year in Australia, had won three of the last six major. It is especially that the Serb remained on two years without any honors in Grand Slam and had consecutively dropped against Chung Hyeon in the round of 16 in Melbourne and Marco Cecchinato in the quarterfinals at Roland Garros. Since then, the native of Novi Sad has won four of the last five major titles and can, at this rate, join Roger Federer head of balance in a little over a year at the US Open. And if Rafael Nadal continues his harvest on clay Paris, the Spaniard could then follow with 19 trophies to his name. This assumes, however, that the young class, represented by Alexander Zverev or Stefanos Tsitsipas, is still as fickle. In view of what it has produced at Roland Garros or Wimbledon in recent weeks, the Big Three, which won the last eleven Majors, still has the margin. Roger Federer, soon 38 years on the clock, perhaps less than his two friends. "I hope to prove to people that at 37, it's not over yet, I feel good," he said.
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redouanemez
Djokovic threatens Federer
With his incredible success on Roger Federer in the final of the Wimbledon tournament on Sunday, Novak Djokovic won his 16th Grand Slam trophy. And is only four units from Switzerland. Roger Federer lost very big, Sunday. Unable to convert the two match balls that he got in the fifth inning after breaking Novak Djokovic, the Swiss has indeed let slip a rage that seemed to stretch his arms. "I missed an incredible opportunity, I can not believe it ...", he had to entrust at the end of the meeting. And the Basel could feed all the more regret that his executioner takes the opportunity to get closer to a little more ranking of the most successful players in Grand Slam. Already under the threat of Rafael Nadal, who is only two titles after his new coronation at Roland Garros last month, Roger Federer, with 20 Majors to his name, has only four titles in advance on Novak Djokovic. Nadal is on the lookout A year ago, when Wimbledon started, Novak Djokovic no longer seemed to be a real threat to Switzerland. And not only because the latter, titled earlier this year in Australia, had won three of the last six major. It is especially that the Serb remained on two years without any honors in Grand Slam and had consecutively dropped against Chung Hyeon in the round of 16 in Melbourne and Marco Cecchinato in the quarterfinals at Roland Garros. Since then, the native of Novi Sad has won four of the last five major titles and can, at this rate, join Roger Federer head of balance in a little over a year at the US Open. And if Rafael Nadal continues his harvest on clay Paris, the Spaniard could then follow with 19 trophies to his name. This assumes, however, that the young class, represented by Alexander Zverev or Stefanos Tsitsipas, is still as fickle. In view of what it has produced at Roland Garros or Wimbledon in recent weeks, the Big Three, which won the last eleven Majors, still has the margin. Roger Federer, soon 38 years on the clock, perhaps less than his two friends. "I hope to prove to people that at 37, it's not over yet, I feel good," he said.
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