Wimbledon 2017: Roger Federer becomes champion, record 8th time wins title defeating Marin Čilić


London: Switzerland’s legendary tennis star Roger Federer won the men’s singles title of the third Grand Slam-Wimbledon of the year easily by defeating Marin Chilich of Croatia on Sunday. Federer’s record is the eighth title win in the All England Club. One of the first Grand Slam champions and the first Wimbledon title was not one in the face of Federer. In the direction of his career’s 19th Grand Slam title, Federer defeated Japan’s Nishikori in 2014, defeating Chilich 6-3, 6-1, 6-4 to win the US Open.

Cilic, who lost three times in the Wimbledon quarter-finals from 2014 to 16, made his place for the first time in the title of this leading grass court tournament, but Federer, who called the Governor of Grass Court, did not let him become the King of Wimbledon for the first time.

On the other hand, Federer, who won the Australian Open title this year, was once again the winner playing his 11th final in Wimbledon. He also reached the finals in 2014, 2015, but he lost to Novak Djokovic of Serbia. In addition, in 2016 he lost to the Milos Raonic of Canada in the semi-finals.

However, in the beginning of the first set, Chilich showed his class and reached a 2-2 drawer at a time, but later he could look forward to Federer’s unique class and experience. Federer made this set by 6-3 to name the match up to the second set.

The second set proved to be even more disappointing for Chilich. He could win a game in this set. Federer won the set, winning the set 6-1 and convincingly that his experience and classical tennis are not going to be one of the fierce services of the series.

In the third and final set, Chalich started off a 2-1 lead with a bang. He looks better in this set earlier. Federer, after winning two games, equaled 3-3, and then went ahead to 5-3, but Chilich tried to give the score 4-5 to the game, but Federer showed his experience here, returning to Chilich Did not give chance and match with the set also made his name.

In this way, Federer wore his pitch at the All England Club for the eighth time. At one point he was told to be paid, but in this case, the player took a great comeback on the court and judged his reputation. Prior to this, Federer had the distinction of being the champion in 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009 and 2012.

Apart from eight titles at Wimbledon, Federer has won five Australian Opens, once the French Open and five times the US Open title.

It is worth mentioning that the singles Grand Slam title were captured by the Spanish gurabiine Mughruja. Gurbine defeated five-time champion Venus Williams in straight sets, 6-4, 6-0, in the first Wimbledon women’s singles Grand Slam title.



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