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Roger Federer Wins Wimbledon, 15th Major

Roger Federer Wins Wimbledon, 15th Major

Roger Federer wins his record 15th Grand Slam title at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on Sunday (July 5) in London, England.

15 major championships — more than any man ever! The record was previously held by Pete Sampras with 14 championships.

The 27-year-old Swiss tennis champ beat Andy Roddick 5-7 7-6 7-6 3-6 16-14 in an epic Wimbledon match.

On Monday, Roger will reclaim the world number one spot from Rafael Nadal, who didn’t play this tournament because of a knee injury.

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97 Responses to “Roger Federer Wins Wimbledon, 15th Major”

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  1. 1
    joyce Says:

    intenseee matchhhh

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    olesya Says:

    Yeah! He is so great tennis player! He deserves it!!! Congrats!!!!

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    Katie Says:

    Andy put up a good fight, but I’m glad Roger won!

  4. 4
    fdfsfdfdsfdfds Says:

    love him, he’s the best

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    svenja** Says:

    yay!!! Congrats man

  6. 6
    Lisa rose Says:

    HE IS THE KING!!!!!!

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    kelly Says:

    Andy was robbed, I like rodger but he has 15 now could of let Roddick he played better but was just to exhausted at the end he had nothing left to give

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    liverwurst Says:

    Such a humble classy guy. Hope he and his lovely wife enjoy their soon to be new addition!!!

  9. 9
    Breaux Says:

    Correction, it wasn’t the longest match in history, it was the longest set. Still congrats Roger!!

  10. 10
    JASON T Says:

    Love it! So happy for Roger!!!!!

  11. 11
    mailey Says:

    im glad roger won. andy roddick’s an a-hole, seriously. but rog was sportin some fly warm-ups.. he was big pimpin it………….

  12. 12
    Cooh Says:

    I just finished watching ,**** was crying :X
    roger is the best that the earth has ever seen,sampras was jealous,but whatever,roger you rock,omg I’m so happy

  13. 13
    Geri Says:

    Arghhh…Andy was soo close! Hopefully he can bounce back from this sad, very sad loss.

    @Roger: Not human, brilliant tennis machine.

  14. 14
    LuckyL Says:

    Cooh, wtf are you talking about?

    Anyway, I wanted the American Roddick to win.

  15. 15
    Eyda Says:

    yeaaaaaaaaaaaah so happy he won, hes just amazing, love him, andy played great too but king roger is the best!!

  16. 16
    Maddie Says:

    andy played much better.. he should have won this match.. i cannot forget the end of the second set. andy was leading 6-2 and lost :( hopefully andy is going to kick his ass at the us open

  17. 17
    amy Says:

    i feel sorry for andy at the end, he really looked like he was gonna cry.
    i still preferred the match last year – now THAT was intense!
    can’t wait til rafa comes back next year and beats roger’s ass!

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    dria Says:

    roger’s not humble or classy.
    yeah he’s a great tennis player but he always trashes all of his opponents in his press conferences. he can never admit that when he loses it’s because the other player played well. it’s always some lame excuse, like the sun was in his eyes. Rod Laver will always be the greatest tennis player because he actually had to beat real players. Fed only won because Rafa was not there but he wont be winning the US Open!

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    Nolwenn Says:


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    sofia80 Says:

    I thought that Roddick deserved it more. He’s the real winner in my eyes.
    Also sad that my favorite player and the BEST EVER, Pete Sampras lost his record.

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    Rachel Says:


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    jonny Says:

    Federer is graet. Roddick has never won a grand slam but he will eventually

  23. 23
    eliza Says:

    Sensational match. I went out for breakfast at the end of the second set and couldn’t believe they were still playing when I returned a couple of hours later. I was hoping that Federer would break the record with the array of former champions on hand, but I wouldn’t have been disappointed with a Roddick win. It could have gone either way. Just great tennis!

  24. 24
    Rachel Says:

    you have to admit federer’s stats were much better though.. though he also had more unforced errors…

  25. 25
    Rachel Says:

    @eliza: touche!

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