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Roger Federer Wins The 2018 Australian Open

Roger Federer Wins The 2018 Australian Open

At 36 years of age, most tennis players are winding down their careers or are already retired. Roger Federer, meanwhile, has just won his TWENTIETH GRAND SLAM.

The Swiss Superman defeated Marin Cilic in five sets in the final of the Australian Open to put the seal on title number 20. It's a success that means Federer has won a staggering 10% of all the Grand Slams in the Open Era.


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Victory over Cilic meant sealed Federer's second successive Australian Open and his third Grand Slam in a year, after also winning last year's Men's Wimbledon title.

The 36-year-old took five sets to earn victory over his Croatian opponent, further solidifying his status as the finest player to ever step onto a tennis court.


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What a player. What a man. Hands down the Greatest Of All Time.

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