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      There is no other tennis athlete out there more enjoyable to watch than Roger Federer, if not ever. The smooth strokes like an artist at work, the effortless footwork and the style of play all fit together and for the past 6 years or so, this individual has dominated the sport like no other tennis player.

      With 15 grand slam titles under his belt, more than any other player and a record 237 consecutive weeks at World no.

      1, many tennis critics as well as former/current tennis players consider Federer to


      be the greatest of all time.

      With all his success, only one player has managed to trouble Federer in a grand slam, which is Rafael Nadal.

      It’s almost as if Nadal’s game is the kryptonite to Federer with that heavy ferocious topspin forehand and immense speed around the court.

      Together, Federer and Nadal have contested in a record 7 grand slam finals with Nadal leading 5-2.

      The rivalry has gone beyond tennis and is now considered one of the greatest sport’s rivalries, if not the greatest.

      With record crowds watching ...


      • their battles, and millions more tuned in to their televisions and internet, no other current rivalry is anticipated more.

        Off court, these two sporting icons are friends and it’s as if they almost don’t realise that they are rivalries on the court, but one thing is for sure and that is they don’t criticise each other’s game in a negative manner.

        Going back to the 2008 Wimbledon Final, probably the greatest tennis match ever played, where Federer had lost his first match at Queen’s in 5 years, many believed it

        was the end of the reign but even Nadal (the 2008 Wimbledon champion) knew that Federer was not done yet and that he would be stronger next year.

        As fate would have it, the following year, Federer went on to win the 2009 Wimbledon in 5 sets in another epic final against American Andy Roddick and reclaimed his no.

        1 ranking.

        Not only that, but he also surpassed Pete Sampras in grand slams and on that day he was considered by many as the greatest player to walk on to a tennis court.




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