He Said That? 7/16/17

After five years without a major tennis title, Roger Federer won the Wimbledon men’s singles championship today at the age of 35. Federer has always been a classy athlete, and has more major tennis titles, 19, than any other male tennis player in history. From Federer:

“To mark history here at Wimbledon really means a lot to me; it’s that simple,” Federer said soon after walking from the court. “[But] funny enough, I didn’t think that much of it throughout today, throughout the trophy ceremony. I was just happy that I was able to win Wimbledon again, because it’s been a long road. It’s been tough at times … but that’s how it’s supposed to be.”



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