Roger Federer wins his 8th Wimbledon

Roger Federer, 35, became the oldest champion at the All England Club, and he won his second Grand Slam of the year in amazing style by not losing a set throughout the two-week run.

ROGER FEDERER HAS REGAINED HIS COMPETITIVE EDGE DOMINATING THE 2017 WIMBLEDON FIELD AND BECOMING THE FIRST SINCE BORG IN 1976 TO NOT DROP A SET OVER THE TWO WEEK CONTEST.

ROGER FEDERER HAS REGAINED HIS COMPETITIVE EDGE DOMINATING THE 2017 WIMBLEDON FIELD AND BECOMING THE FIRST SINCE BORG IN 1976 TO NOT DROP A SET OVER THE TWO WEEK CONTEST.

I always believed that I could maybe come back and do it again. And if you believe, you can go really, really far in your life, and I did that,” Federer said. “And I’m happy I kept on believing and dreaming, and here I am today for the eighth. It’s fantastic. It’s magical, really,” Federer said. “I can’t believe it yet.
— Roger Federer

It was a beauty to watch a run of 17 points in a row that Federer won on his serve. This eighth ace, at 114 mph clinched victory.

IT WAS A DETERMINED ROGER FEDERER WHO PLAYED TODAY, WINNING HIS 19TH GRAND SLAM TOURNAMENT

IT WAS A DETERMINED ROGER FEDERER WHO PLAYED TODAY, WINNING HIS 19TH GRAND SLAM TOURNAMENT

Roger has worked hard to regain an elite spot at the top of the men's tennis circuit. The six months off recovering from knee surgery have paid off with two Grand Slam wins so far this year.

Roger's sponsors were quick to join the celebration and put out congratulations ads to their guy! As Nike put it, You don't play Roger Federer on grass. You play on his grass. #JustDoIt

Congratulations Roger - looking forward to the US Open See you there