Wimbledon – Federer rules men, Muguruza champions women.

Wimbledon – Federer rules men, Muguruza champions women.

In the end, Roger Federer’s record eight Wimbledon singles title looked easy and right now he is the ruler of the men’s game again. Federer’s win over Marin Cilic was history been made on many levels: Eight Wimbledon title, first time he won Wimbledon without dropping a set (the second person to do this after Bjorn Borg in 1976). He has played two Grand slam events , the Australian Open and Wimbledon and won them both increasing his major men’s titles to 19.

Federer literally won Every single game and Tennis stakers made huge profits, especially our Tennis and All Plan Subscribers. Roger Federer has been playing awesome Tennis since the Tennis season started and you just can’t help being a super fan of his game play and winning abilities. H e just seems to crush every one that comes his way.

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Venus Williams and Garbine Muguruza also gave us some fantastic tennis on the women’s side. Muguruza dropped a set just once an won all her matches while Venus Dropped a set twice and lost only in the finals. Venus seems to have gotten her juices back as she played impressively especially her match against Johanna Konta.

Upcoming Tennis Events

We have passed mid season in Tennis. Only one Grand Slam event remains – US Open. This might be the 20th for Roger Federer as his Nemesis Novak Djokovich has been totally out of form and Andy Murray Nursing Injuries. There may be only one may who can stop Federer from completing his tally at the US Open – The King of Clay Rafael Nadal. The Spaniard Tennis Maestro with a very big forehand, has met  with Roger Federer already in January on a similar surface at the Australian Open but couldn’t handle Federer’s dangerous backhands. It was a thrilling five sets with Federer coming out victorious. We shall keep you abrest of the tides and waves as The Hard court season unfolds. Do well to check our Free tennis predictions at https://betloy.com/tennis/

1 comment
  • Nnanyere July 25, 2017 at 8:01 am

    He’s always been a good sport man though some of his last matches were tough but he’s a better and more experienced player so thumbs up to him. I hope he doesn’t retire too soon.

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