Federer-Roddick in a Classic–Federer Sets Grand Slam Record

Right now, Roger Federer and Andy Roddick are locked into one of the very best Wimbledon championship matches, with it 15-14 Federer in the 5th.  The thing is, Roddick has not lost his serve the entire match.  Nothing short of amazing, historic tennis as Federer seeks his 15th and record-setting Grand Slam title, with Pete Sampras in attendance. Do your self a favor and watch, 0-30 Federer on Roddick’s serve.  Deuce, Roddick falters at ad, and Federer also takes the next two points, ending the match on a Roddick mis-hit to win his 15th Grand Slam.  Incredible, some of the best tennis ever played.

Congratulations, Roger–the best ever, and that’s saying a lot succeeding the great Sampras.

Published in: on July 5, 2009 at 12:24 pm  Comments (1)  

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  1. That was an epic final was rooting for Roddick I like him as a player seems a cool guy aswell. Fed is the best ever for me no question.

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