1. Roger Federer Wins Record 8th Wimbledon Title On July 16th, 2017, Swiss tennis superstar Roger Federer won his 8th Wimbledon title and became the most successful male player in the tournament's history. Federer beat Croatian Marin Cilic in straight sets, 6-3, 6-1 and 6-4, to take home the coveted trophy and join an elite group of players who have won at least 8 Wimbledon titles. Federer's win came after a five-year drought in which he hadn't won a major title. 2. Roger Federer Makes History at the 2017 Australian Open On January 29th, 2017, Roger Federer made history at the 2017 Australian Open by becoming the oldest man to win a Grand Slam singles title. He beat his long-time rival, Spain's Rafael Nadal, in a thrilling five-set match. The 35-year-old Federer, who had not won a Grand Slam title in five years, was elated with the win and dedicated it to his family and fans. 3. Roger Federer Continues Winning Streak at 2017 French Open On June 11th, 2017, Roger Federer continued his winning streak by taking home his
Roger Federer has described Sir Jackie Stewart as "legendary" in a Twitter Q&A session with his followers, just weeks after their infamous meeting on the Miami Grand Prix grid.
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We know Roger Federer’s prize money from his Grand Slam wins. We also know of Real Madrid’s earnings from their exploits across various football championships. It’s a norm for most sports series to reveal winning prize money, so why not for Formula 1? We would love to know (officially!) what Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton earn from Formula 1 for raising the performance bar to newer levels every fortnight. Should this be one more change the sport makes for 2021? Also in this week’s episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast, we react to the rumour that Formula 1 cars could be powered by 50% electric power come 2025 – if so, by what year would Formula 1 become Formula E? The supposed $175 million budget cap for each team – how many teams can actually spend that much? We thank Ferrari for handing Karun Chandhok his best career moment in Formula 1. And finally, we relish at the prospect of Max Verstappen racing in the 24 Hours of Le Mans in an Aston Martin hypercar come 2021 or whenever! Tune in (Season 2019, Episode 24) Here’s what’s in store for you in this episode: 0:00-3:00: Max Verstappen could race Aston […]