Roger Federer is delighted as he just won his 98th Tour Title. Roger Federer beat Milos Raonic 6-4, 7-6 and 7-3 to win the Mercedes Cup. Federer registered a handsome win over Canada’s Milos Raonic.
He made a comeback after a while and made it count like he does almost every time. He would soon once again be seen at the top of the ATP rankings. Currently he is ranked second after Rafael Nadal.
He already assured his return to the top of the rankings after a win over Nick Kyrgios in the semis. Roger Federer exhibited an unmatched class yet again and the Swiss icon said he hopes to keep it up at Halle and Wimbledon. He said that his comeback has been great and he’s so happy to have won.
It’s Halle next week:
Next week Roger Federer will be competing at Halle. He would be keen to win his record 10th title. He would then be heading for Wimbledon which kickstarts on July 2. Federer misses out for long before the Mercedes Cup.
He last played in The Miami Open which was held in March. He then chose to miss the clay-court season.
Federer has a record tally of 8 Wimbledon titles to his name. Can he win his 9th this year? 20 Grand Slam titles to his name are the most in the history held by a male tennis player. Besides 98 titles in Singles, he has 8 title wins in Doubles. Now his fans would want to see him win 100 titles in Singles soon and compete the century of title wins.