Roger Federer is once again the champion of the grass-court Grand Slam tournament after he defeated the seventh seeded Croatian Marin Cilic at Wimbledon’s final on Centre Court.
Federer cruised a comfortable 6-3, 6-1, 6-4 straight sets victory to claim his eight title at the All England Club passing tennis legend Pete Sampras and William Renshaw, who won seven titles each at the grass-court major in 2000 and 1889, for the most men’s titles in the history of sport that first held in 1877.
As we provide the best free betting tips, the 35-year-old star completed the match in just an hour and 41 minutes without dropping a set to earned his eight Wimbledon Championships title against Cilic and become the oldest player to be crowned champion at the age of 35 with a 19th Grand Slam title overall.
“It means the world to me to hold this trophy, particularly when I haven’t dropped a set. It’s magical, I can’t believe it yet. It’s too much, really. It’s disbelief that I can achieve such heights. I wasn’t sure if I’d be in a final again after last year, especially some tough losses to Novak Djokovic in 2014 and 2015. But I kept believing and if you believe you can go a long way in your life. Here I am with an eighth title, it’s fantastic.” Federer said
On the other end, Cilic accepted the defeat to the 19th Grand Slam champion Federer even though he was not in the condition to provide a challenging battle.
“I never give up in a match. I gave it my best – it’s all I can do.”
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