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Federer’s Wimbledon Win Was Anything but Nostalgic

In a throwback 2017 season, the Swiss tennis legend has shown he’s still full of surprises.
Source: Reuters

It seems almost bizarre to say that one of the greatest tennis players of all time is proving that he is here to stay. But, a little over a year after Roger Federer’s at Wimbledon to Milos Raonic had , the Swiss legend continued his remarkable return to form this year on Sunday, as he clinched a record eighth Wimbledon title. The 35-year-old cruised past a sluggish Marin Čilić in straight sets, 6-3, 6-1, 6-4, in just over an hour and a half. His emphatic victory over the towering Croat seemed almost inevitable, as he came into the match playing some

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