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The rise of Djokovic without fear

Enduring efforts are helping the Serbian player to narrow the achievement gap with Federer and Nadal, despite not being favored by fans.

Just passing through Roger Federer‘s achievement for 10 years and 10 days is enough to cover a part of tennis history. Since defeating Andy Roddick in the 2009 Wimbledon final to surpass the record of 14 Grand Slam by Pete Sampras, Swiss star has become the greatest tennis player of all time.

It is a typical story for an aristocratic sport that is proud and elegant. From the manicured grassy yard of Wimbledon to the sunlit clay yard on the Mediterranean coast, beauty is the embodiment of tennis. The sport was built from the legendary hand and left hand, taking place in places with fascinating charm.

But Djokovic made all that shake. Federer appeared on Wimbledon in elegant clothes and behaved like an exemplary gentleman, in stark contrast to the stubborn and angular Djokovic. The Serbian player with a referee control the match, screamed whenever frustrated, and obviously he wanted to get his attention.

The victory on Sunday 14/7 brought Djokovic to the 16th Grand Slam title in his career, and catching Federer’s record was only a matter of time with their age difference of six years. Nole wins less points, winning points are far lower (40 points difference) and is led to two match-point points, but in the end, he still won Wimbledon 2019.

If one day Djokovic breaks Federer’s record of 20 Grand Slam, it is also the time for tennis to face a truth that the way of beating flowers has been defeated.

For his part, Djokovic doesn’t get that much public interest. But no matter what the reason, the Serbian star’s undeniable rise has no room for fear. Maybe, Djokovic never received the admiration of the audience like Federer and Nadal. But to compete with that legendary duo, he has only one way – to win.

Roger Federer gains the 100th career title

Roger Federer gains the 100th career title

Roger Federer overcame the young Greek talent Stefanos Tsitsipas with a score of 6-4 after 2 sets to become the second player to hit 100 titles, after the legendary Jimmy Connors.

Having won the Dubai Open, Roger Federer gains the 100th career title

At night in the UAE, the Dubai Open finals took place between Roger Federer and Stefanos Tsitsipas. Federer started the match smoothly when there was a break in the opening game. The difficulty came with the Swiss player in the game decided to set 1 when Tsitsipas successfully saved 3 set-points and had 2 chances to break. However, Federer’s right-handed saves him to break and win 6-4.

Going to set 2, two players play stably in the first 4 hand-held games. Federer did not miss the chance to rise to the 5-4 lead when the Greek player made a mistake.

Finally, Federer won the final, mark his 8th title in Dubai and the 100th title in his career.

The championship also helped the Swiss player return to 4th place on March 3 when there were 500 bonus points. The 37-year-old left Dubai with $ 565,636, bringing the total career bonus to $ 121 million.

Roger Federer gains the 100th career title

The memorable journey of Roger Federer to the milestone of 100 titles

The first title in his career: February 4, 2001 at Milan’s tennis tournament, Federer defeated Julien Boutter 2-1 to win his first career title at the age of 19. And 15 months later, He won the first Masters

10th title (October 2003): Federer successfully defended the championship in Vienna (Austria) by winning 3 sets with a score of 6-3 against Carlos Moya.

After 22 years since joining the tournament of the ATP Tour system, Roger Federer has created a series of memorable milestones, and the latest is the 100th title.