Monday, June 8, 2009

Roger Federer's French Victory!



Yesterday, on June 7th, 2009, Roger Federer won the French Open Title for the first time ever, after being denied the exclusive Musketeers Cup by Rafael Nadal for the past 4 years and thus, once and for all he proved that he doesn't have to answer any more questions related to '"Who is the best player ever?" debate.... coz the verdict is out... HE IS AND HE WILL BE THE BEST EVER.....

How many players of any era can claim to have such long success on tour as he did... how many players can claim lore and legends to their closet like he does and that too at the age of 27!... and no other player enjoy crowd support like he does due to his calm demeanor, no fuss, no controversy lifestyle, his fluency in more than 3 languages, his school boy looks and no doubt, his exceptional ease on the court with his racket and his executive shots...

This isn't the end of a jinx... its just a beginning of an incredible story for ages to come and ponder and wonder that a boy from the shadows of Alps came up to conquer the tennis world with huge dreams in his eyes and an impatient fire in his belly.... and eventually did, unsurprisingly!

No wonder, after his grand success in a finale, he is heaped with praises from every corner of the tennis world, from almost every old-timers who carry value to their words are validating his claim to history as the best tennis player ever. One of these "worder" was a guy featured against him in the final itself, Robin Soderling from Sweden who overcame a bevy of top ranked players in the tournament including Nadal, Ferrer, Davydenko and Gonzalez but conspicuously looked like a novice on the court and in his own admission said, "Federer makes me play bad...."

Like some say, Federer is the best player ever and that is certified by the best player ever himself (read Rod Laver!!!).

3 comments:

Calvin said...

I am not a great tennis fan, but i do pick up the pieces, here and there... I do agree that he is the greatest! But i still feel that if Nadal was against him in the finals, it would could have been a different story... but again... it was supposed to be Federer's time...

shashikant said...

YES,
THAT'S TRUE ABOUT FEDERER. HE ALSO KNOWN FOR HIS 'ACE' WHICH REALLY SEEMS LIKE TOUCHING THE BASELINE. ONE SHOULD EVEN NOT FORGET 'BORIS' FOR THE SAME.

ANOTHER PLAYER OF THE SAME TEMPRAMENT ON THE COURT AS U MENTIONED WAS 'PETE SAMPRAS'.

ON AND ALL VERY NICE SCRIPT SHAKTI KEEP IT UP WAITING FOR SOME MORE SCRIPT LIKE THAT ON YOUR BLOG.

ALL THE BEST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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