Wimbledon 2017: Roger Federer Wins Record 8th Title, 19th Grand Slam

Roger Federer won the record eighth Wimbledon title and the oldest champion of the tournament got hit on Sunday by winning straight sets at Marin Silic and tear in tears through the final. Federer won the title of his 19th Grand Slam 6-3, 6-1, 6-4 and held the position of Arthur, the oldest Wimbledon winner of the modern era, at 35th place, which in approximately 1976 The winners were 32 years old. However, on the Swiss superstar 11th Wimbledon final and 29 heads, it will also be remembered that tears have been broken for the scenes of popular silic after the second set recedes from 3-0.
Croatian seventh, 2014 U.S. The Open Champion disgruntled and buried his head in the towel of his head as the dream of his title went away.
He then tapped his left leg at the end of the second set, but it was in vain as Federer became the first player after Bjorn Borg in 1976 to win Wimbledon without leaving a set in the entire tournament.
Below a star Royal box where Prince William and wife Kate shoulder shoulder with actors Hugh Grant and Bradley Cooper, Silic was his first chance in the fourth game.
It was saved by Federer and it was the only glow of silk’s hope.
Federer broke into the next game when his opponent had a dirty fall on the surface worn, which ultimately had to weaken his challenge.
Federer again offered two love service games, before Silicone doubled the opening batsman 6-3, the second part of the Croatian final.
The Swiss superstar came in the second set with a 3-0 lead and in change, Silly bowed in tears and clear pain in his court chair chair.
Before the trainer and doctor was called, Silic tried to hide his head in his towel.
The 28-year-old was restored to this position, but continued the fierce hatred, Federer extended his friend 4-1 ahead.
Silic lost the set 6-1 and called a medical timeout so that he could strip his left foot and take painkillers.
His discomfort was reflected in his data.
By the end of the second set, in the last six rounds he had already removed the shock opponents, serving only two ACs compared to 130.
Federer again with a break of 4-3 and only one hour after 41 minutes, to complete his coronation, one-way finals with the sole service.
Okay, he too started crying at the end.

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