Roger Federer lands a record eighth Wimbledon title

Roger Federer lands a record eighth Wimbledon title

Roger Federer lands a record eighth Wimbledon title

Federer abstracted from the problems of Cilic and without problems took the second set.

Mirka Federer is also expected to be court side this afternoon hoping her hubby can make it a record-breaking eight Wimbledon wins.

Federer has 18 Grand Slam titles to his name, and he wants No. 19. Cilic manfully persevered, but to no avail, as Federer ruthlessly dispatched the Croatian.

It means the Croatian has spent four-and-a-half hours more on court than Federer over the fortnight but Henman does not think it will hinder the 28-year-old. From day one to finals day, Centre Court is always packed and it's a dream to play here.

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It was maybe a bottle of some sort but whether it is a coin, a bottle or whatever it shouldn't happen. It could have been better but it gives us an advantage for the second leg".

The Swiss ace bags his eighth Wimbledon title following victories in 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009 and 2012. "Hopefully I'll come back here and try it one more time". Better than winning this trophy is being healthy.

Never one to back away from a challenge, Federer too seemed to be kicked about putting his dancing shoes on.

"So I totally see myself playing here this time next year". I had some tough ones here, losing to Novak in '14 and '15. People wouldn't believe me if I said that.

Roger Federer brushed aside the challenge of Marin Cilic to land a record eighth Wimbledon men's singles title. Holds serve and is 5-4 behind.

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge watched as Federer schooled the younger Cilic. 3-3 it is.

Following the win, Federer will receive 2.2 million pounds (2.88 million dollars). You can't say you don't feel good right now, everyone across the world is watching you.

IST: Another double fault by Roger Federer in the first set. Uphill battle for the Croat now. He's now trailing 4-3. Can he consolidate his lead? Federer is definitely in formidable form right now. But we should start with the history. This will be their first meeting in 2017. Then, after Wimbledon, he did not play at all the rest of the year, skipping the Rio Olympics, the U.S. Open and everything else in an attempt to let his knee fully heal.

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