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When Federer is to re-sit the throne of the world's No. 1?

michaelbes2010-01-23 05:01:18 +0000 #1

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【Federer's career】

1998: In his second ATP tournament in Toulouse race into eight strong. The photo shows Federer won Wimbledon champion in 2009

1999: At the time the youngest player to enter the TOP100. Behalf of the Swiss Davis Cup for the first time, and in that year to become ATP men's singles in the top 100 best young players.

2000: Tour in Marseille for the first time reached the finals, but lost to fellow Mark - Russert. To participate in the Sydney Olympics, was fourth in 2001: In Milan won the first singles title, when the highest ranked Swiss player, in addition to the first advance in the French Open Grand Slam eight strong, and in the subsequent fourth round of Wimbledon Sampras, 31 game winning streak ended successfully advance eight strong. After the people have predicted will take over from Pete Sampras, Roger Federer to be a professional tennis men's singles of the new ruler, but after two years, Federer has not made a major breakthrough.

* In the same year, in the Hopman Cup in a sister and the former tennis Martina Hingis, to assist the Swiss won the world mixed team tennis championship.

2002: In Sydney, Hamburg and Vienna won first-round exit at the French Open and Wimbledon to help Switzerland to attend the Davis Cup World Group match, in the year-end Masters Cup semi-final loss to eventual champion Lleyton Hewitt on.

2003: the second consecutive year at the French Open first-round exit in the Wimbledon final in straight sets 7-6 (7-5), 6-2, 7-6 (7-3) victory over Australian player Mark Philippoussis , won her first Grand Slam title. Coincidentally, they had been sighted in the Hamburg Masters tournament earlier met Federer in the third round was announced, which eliminated the defending failure.

* In the same year a total of seven points wins ATP Tour singles titles: Marseille Open 13 tennis tournament, the Dubai Championships, Munich, tennis, Gerry Weber Open (Halle, Germany), Wimbledon, Vienna tennis, ATP year-end race ( Masters Cup), for the year ATP Tour singles title was the largest player, ATP year-end championship points up to 875, becoming the year-end world ranking second place.

* In the same year the Australian Tennis Open (Melbourne Park), Cincinnati Masters, U.S. Open (USA Network) were lost to David Nalbandian, but in the year-end ATP Race (Masters Cup) race in the first group time in his career among the defeated rivals.

* In December and his Swedish coach Peter - Lundgren parted.

2004: ATP history to become the world's first 23, but also the first of Switzerland won the men's world No. 1 player, when he was beat Marat Safin at Melbourne Park, won his second Grand Slam title at Wimbledon successfully defended his title on the final beat Roddick in the U.S. Open final win over Lleyton Hewitt on the 6-0/7-6/6-0 Swede Mats Wilander in 1988, within a year since the first big win at least three consistent player, but also a public event since the first one into the four Grand Slam finals to win all the players.

* In the same year on behalf of Switzerland to attend the Athens Olympic Games tennis project, and at the opening ceremony for the Swiss bearer, however, stop in the second round of the singles results. (Second-round loss to Czech player Tomas Berdych [Tomas Berdych] 6-4, 5-7, 5-7.)

* In that year, won a total of three Grand Slam singles titles (Australian Open, Wimbledon U.S. networks), four Masters singles titles [including the ATP year-end tournament (Masters Cup)], four other singles champion, won a total of 11 singles titles and in the year-end ATP singles titles to reach 1267 points the first time to become the year-end No. 1 world ranking.

2005: January brought in coach Tony feats - Roche to do his own part-time coach at the Australian Open and French Open twice lost to eventual champion, in the Australian Open semifinals, the total number of disks 2-3 (score 7-5, 4-6, 7-5, 6-7 (6-8), 7-9) lost to runner-up to the session of the Russian player Marat Safin, the defending declared failed.

* In the Monte Carlo Masters quarter-final which unexpectedly lost to the non kinds耔player Richard Gasquet of France. (Score: 7-6 (7-1), 2-6, 6-7 (10-12))

* In the French Open semi-final Among the total number of disks 1-3 (score: 3-6 , 6-4, 4-6, 3-6) lost to Spanish teenager Rafael Nadal.

* In the Wimbledon three consecutive years become the first eight, but also since the Open, the third player to receive this achievement, in addition to their winning streak on grass to 36 games.

* In the U.S. Open final after beating Andre Agassi successfully defended, but also made him the Open era of the first two consecutive Wimbledon and U.S. champion players. 2005 season record of 71 wins total so far held three, hard to match results 45 wins and 1, which also includes 35-match winning streak, which also exceeded the previous Sampras maintained by the Open era of hard track 34 games with wins record. Finally won the first prize also makes the U.S. Open record, he won 23 consecutive ATP finals history.

2006: January 29 Australian Open at Melbourne Park's Rod - Laver Stadium end of the finale of the drama - the men's singles final battle, the Swiss world number one Roger Federer in the second set with a critical moment extraordinary sound play, saved the disadvantages of losing the first set, after the success of the two into their own rhythm, eventually beat all the way with a total score 5-7/7-5/6-0/6-2 three-game losing streak world-TOP10 "master" the 20-year-old Marcos Baghdatis of Cyprus, a supernova, the second career win Australian Open men's singles title.

* In the same year, the Dubai Championships in order to set the number of 1-2 (scores: 6-2,4-6,4-6), lost to rival the Spanish player Rafael Nadal, declaring miss the tournament with four gangsters, also defeated this year's first single.

* March 19 the same year, the third consecutive year won the Pacific Life (Indian Wells Masters) men's singles champion, is also the first in the tournament three consecutive men's singles.

* April 2 the same year, defending at the Nasdaq-100 Open in Miami men's singles champion, also won the first 2 consecutive years, Indian Wells and Miami Masters men's singles two points champion player.

* 2 stops in Monte Carlo and Rome Masters on clay are in the final and were lost to long-time enemy and defending champion Rafael Nadal of Spain won the runner-up player. (Note: In the first four points are reached the final of the Masters.)

* For the first time to enter the French Open final, losing to rival and defending champion Rafael Nadal of Spain won the runner-up player is also the fourth time in the finals in 2006 lost to Nadal.

* In the Wimbledon tennis tournament, Federer's signing table was considered critical in the promotion process in the case of three Zengyin the teenager beat him fame (Richard Gasquet, Berdych [Tomas Berdych] , Mario Ancic) and old rival Tim Henman (the plight of his career Roger Federer hands), etc., it still reached the final of large thermal profile; finals to face in the final four times this year, beat his own bitter hands Nadal, which will eventually number plate Nadal beat the old enemy 3-1 to win the championship, to achieve four consecutive Wimbledon, also the first time this year beat the opponent.

* 2006 into 10 consecutive ATP Tour singles final.

ATP singles titles (59)

* 2001 (1)

** Milan

* 2002 (3)

** Sydney, Hamburg Masters, Vienna

* 2003 (7)

** Marseille Open 13, the Dubai Championships, Munich , Gary Weber Open (Halle, Germany), Wimbledon, Vienna, Masters Cup

* 2004 (11)

** Australian Open, Dubai Championship, Pacific Life (Indian Wells Masters), Hamburg Masters, Gerry Weber Open (Halle, Germany), Wimbledon, Rui Shige Sittard, Toronto Masters, U.S. Open, Thailand Open, Masters Cup

* 2005 (11)

** Multi-Haaikesen Mobil Open, Rotterdam, ABN Amro World Championships, Dubai Championship, Pacific Life (Indian Wells Masters), Nasdaq-100 Open (Miami Masters), Hamburg Masters, Gerry Weber Open (Germany Kazakhstan Le), Wimbledon, Southwest Foundation Masters (Cincinnati Masters), U.S. Open, Thailand Open

* 2006 (12)

** Multi-Haaikesen Mobil Open, Australian Open, Pacific Life (Indian-Quan Masters), Nasdaq-100 Open (Miami Masters), Gerry Weber Open (Halle, Germany), Wimbledon, Rogers Cup (Toronto Masters), the U.S. network, AIG Japan Open Cup, Madrid Masters, Basel tournament, Masters Cup (Shanghai, China)

Pictured in 2008 Roger Federer Wimbledon match

* 2007 (7)

U.S. Open men's singles champion in New York

Wimbledon Championships

United Kingdom

French Open men's singles champion in London, Paris, France the men's singles runner-up

ATP Hamburg Masters men's singles champion in Hamburg, Germany

ATP Masters Series Monte Carlo Rally Monte Carlo, Monaco

ATP men's singles runner-up station Dubai Dubai Gold Cup men's singles champion

ATP Shanghai Masters Cup in Shanghai, China, the men's singles championship series

ATP Basel, Basel, Switzerland, the men's singles championship points

ATP Madrid Masters men's singles runner-up stations in Madrid, Spain Melbourne, Australia

Australian Open men's singles champion


2008 (3 )

ATP Series Estoril Portugal Estoril station

ATP Masters Cup men's singles champion Indian Wells Indian Wells United States men's singles semi-finals in Melbourne, Australia

Australian Open men's singles semi-finals

* 2009

** 2009 the second Grand Slam - French Open end of the last day of the race. In the eye-catching competition in the men's singles final, world number two Roger Federer state of brave, Swiss maestro in straight sets three competitions with a total score 3-0 victory over No. 23 seed, Sweden's Robin Soderling to win the French Open in 2009 Men's Singles Champion. The specific scores for the three 6-1,7-6 (1) and 6-4. Roger Federer also won the French Open men's singles career title, he became the sixth place in history to obtain full-slam of the male players

the same year, July 5 at Wimbledon (grass) the fierce battle which lasted 256 minutes to 5 -77-6 (8-6) 7-6 (7-5) 3-6 16-14 (aggregate 3-2) victory over Andy Roddick (USA), which is No. 6 Roger Federer Wimbledon career champion, is also his 15th career Grand Slam title, which he and Sampras shared beyond to keep a record of 14 Grand Slam titles, ranking first in the world is once again the throne of

Here are some belonging to Roger Federer to break the record:

1 Federer since February 2, 2004 to August 17, 2008, consecutive 237 weeks ranked first in the world to become the world's No. 1 ranking the longest consecutive men's singles player.

2 Roger Federer U.S. Open five consecutive years, after John McEnroe and Ivan Lendl have accomplished, for three consecutive years back to back Wimbledon Roger Federer - U.S. Open title, this record of unprecedented. 3 Grand Slam this season, four of which received 3 Champion: Australian Open, Wimbledon and U.S.

42006 season, Roger Federer so far this season, losing only five times, including four times losing to Rafael Nadal, a time in Cincinnati, lost to the British teenager Andy Murray, of course, after the U.S. Open final to Roger Federer this season, has received 70 games wins.

5 Roger Federer at Wimbledon since 2005, after six consecutive times to enter the Grand Slam final, post-harvest five titles a runner-up (Winner: 2005 Wimbledon, 2005 U.S. Open, 2006 Australian Open, 2006 Wimbledon , 06, the U.S. network; Runner-up: 2006 French Open)

6 season, has received eight Tour Champion: Doha tournament, the Australian Open, Indian Wells Masters, Miami Masters, Halle grass tournament, Wimbledon, Toronto Masters U.S. net

7 2009 French Open champion Roger Federer the 14th career Grand Slam singles titles, Sampras tied by the Swiss maestro in order to maintain a record of Grand Slam singles titles. In addition, this is Roger Federer also won the French Open men's singles career title, his sixth in history to obtain full-slam of the male players, but also following the Andre Agassi (1999) after the first. The other four are Fred - Perry (UK), Tang - Bach (USA), Rod - Laver (Australia), and Roy - Emerson (Australia). Federer also became the first into the Open era, access to full-slam of the European male athlete in history and is the only one to obtain four grand slam home advantage but there is no male athletes! There is that it is Roger Federer the second men's singles title this season, as well as the first of 59 career singles titles.

9 / 14 nearly 14 Grand Slam Federer won one of nine titles (2 Australian Open, Wimbledon four consecutive U.S. Open three consecutive years) and a runner-up (2006 French Open).

461/125 Federer at the U.S. Open final career record of 461 wins after 125 losses, so far this season record of 70 wins 5 losses, full-year 2005 record of 81 wins 4 losses.

1324 season championship points 1324 points, Federer this season, is also planning to participate in the Japan Open, Madrid Masters, the Swiss race, the Paris Masters and the Masters Cup in Shanghai.

7760 world ranking points refresh history,Become the highest since ATP points scoring system.

8.2009 years, winning the Wimbledon, breaking Sampras's Grand Slam singles title by maintaining a record 15th Grand Slam champion won, becoming the first person to

Roger Federer history straight Big 21 games slam to at least four strong, including 17 finals and 15 titles, this is what a great feat!

Pictured in 2009 Roger Federer Wimbledon match

Year of the Australian Open French Open Wimbledon U.S. Open Masters Cup

1999 / first round of the first round of the / /

2000 the third round of the fourth round of the first round of the third round of the /

2001 The third round of the quarter-finals quarter-finals of the fourth round /

2002 fourth round of the first round of the first round of the fourth round of the semi-finals

2003 fourth round of the first round of the championship fourth round of the Champions

2004 third-round Champions Champions Champions Champions

2005 semi-finals semi-finals Champion Champion Champion second place runner-up


2007 Champion Champion Champion Champion Champion Champion Champion second place runner-up semi-finals runner-up


2009 Champions Cup runner-up team championship title

Roger Federer:

2004 season: 74 W 6 L 11 Tour titles including three Grand Slam (Australian Open, Wimbledon, U.S. Open) year-end championship finals

2005 season: 81 wins 4 losses 11 Tour titles including two Grand Slam tournament (temperature network, the U.S. network) end of the Finals runner-up

2006 season: 87 wins 5 losses nine Tour titles including three Grand Slam (Australian Open, Wimbledon, U.S. Open)

2007 season: three Grand Slam (Australian Open, , Wimbledon, U.S. Open) U.S. Open champion

2008 Season: U.S. Open champion

2009 season: French Open champion, Wimbledon champion

60 Tour titles including 15 Grand Slam February 2, 2004 to 2008 August 17 Day the world's first one.



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