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So congrats for your comeback and congrats for today." Federer, 35, is now 20-3 against Wawrinka all-time. "I've lost some tough ones against you, but when you played the final in Australia, I was still your biggest fan.He won his first ATP tournament in Milan in 2001 and quickly worked his way up the men's world tennis rankings.In 2003, he won six tournments including his first Grand Slam tournament by defeating Mark Philippoussis at Wimbledon.Berdych, on the other hand suffered a second round knock out at the French Open after a typically consistent start to 2017.He then made the quarter-finals at Stuttgart and the AEGON Championships, before taking four sets to win each of his first two matches at Wimbledon against Jeremy Chardy and Ryan Harrison.By the time he was ten, people were already talking about Roger's sweet touch with the racket and his competitive attitude.
Despite undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery in February, the first major surgical procedural of his career, and dealing with lower back pain, Federer insisted on making the trip to Paris to extend his record of playing in 65 consecutive Grand Slam events. But health is so much more important than trying to hang onto some sort of a record."In many ways, Federer saying goodbye to that record helped him usher in a new era of dominance few expected to see from him at this stage of his career. Sometimes maybe the body and the mind do need a rest."After his straight-sets defeat of Milos Raonic on Wednesday, Federer is now just two wins away from capturing his first Wimbledon title since 2012.
He is among eight men to have captured a career Grand Slam and has reached a record 29 men's singles Grand Slam finals, including ten in a row from the 2005 Wimbledon Championships to the 2007 US Open.
Many players and analysts consider Federer the greatest tennis player of all time.
Since then, he has dominated a trio of seeded opponents as Mischa Zverev, Grigor Dimitrov and Milos Raonic all fell by the wayside.
The quarter-final against Raonic was particularly impressive, with the big-serving Canadian unable to compete with the 18-time grand slam champion.