Roger Federer to have further knee surgery and will miss the remainder of 2021

Roger Federer who hasn't played since his Wimbledon exit to Hubert Hurkacz has called time on his season and will not play again this year. The 20 time Grand Slam champion has announced via a video on his Instagram that he has opted to have knee surgery once again to try and prolong his time... Continue Reading →

Having withdrawn from Toronto and Cincinnati, will we see Roger Federer in New York or again this year?

After winning the US Open for the fifth consecutive year back in 2008 we didn’t think that would be the last time we would see Roger Federer triumph at Flushing Meadows. Now the 40 year old who has been having some knee issues over the last year has pulled out of Toronto and Cincinnati putting... Continue Reading →

Club 20: Federer, Nadal & Djokovic

10 years ago in July 2011 catching Roger Federer seemed unlikely. Federer had 16 Grand Slam singles titles, he not long before took over Pete Sampras’ record of 14 and the chasing Rafael Nadal and the just getting started Novak Djokovic seemed miles away. Roger sealed No.17 at Wimbledon in July 2012 and that would... Continue Reading →

8-7, 40-15 in the fifth…

No matter the obstacle in-front of him Novak Djokovic has always risen to the challenge. In an era of the best in Federer and Nadal he has stood up, been counted and many times come through despite the odds and in some cases the crowd being against him. Wimbledon 2019... 4 hours and 9 minutes... Continue Reading →

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