Here are the top stories for Friday, July 12th: Acosta resigns as U.S. labor secretary; Trump blasts Ryan for unflattering quote in book; Louisiana residents brace for Tropical Storm Barry; Federer will face Djokovic in Wimbledon men’s finals.
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Roger Federer knew a French Open run in his return to clay would include a match vs. Rafael Nadal if he played well.
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Swiss tennis star Roger Federer and tennis legend Björn Borg present the third edition of the Laver Cup, opposing players from Europe to players from the rest of the world, that will take place next September in Geneva.
“I think the most important thing for me moving into this year is to be ready in the mind,” says Roger Federer during a sponsorship event with fans in Melbourne ahead of the Australian Open, the first Grand Slam of the year that will begin on Monday.
Roger Federer takes the honours in the much-anticipated mixed doubles clash with fellow great Serena Williams in what the latter describes as the “match of her career” at the Hopman Cup in Perth.
Roger Federer becomes the oldest world number one after the 20-time Grand Slam title winner reached the semi-finals of the Rotterdam Open.
Roger Federer, who is now just two wins away from becoming the sport’s oldest world number one, trains ahead of his game versus Philipp Kohlschreiber. IMAGES
Swiss marvel Roger Federer poses for photographs with his Australian Open trophy in Melbourne, as he continues to defy the years and attrition rate, reaching his 30th Grand Slam decider and claiming his sixth Australian crown as well as 20th Grand Slam title.