The Swiss – who will face old foe Rafael Nadal for the 40th time in on Friday – has already set all sorts of records throughout his illustrious career, but he added one for good measure after a four-set win over Kei Nishikori.
Federer, 37, registered his 100th match win at the All England Club by downing the Japanese No. 1 and in doing so became the first man to notch a century at a single Grand Slam event.
A fan reminded me on court while I was signing autographs, the 20-time Grand Slam champion said. Its special. I guess so. Its been a lot of years Ive been coming here, you know. Thats given me the opportunity to win a lot naturally.
I didnt think of it while I was playing today. Actually not at all, not once. Then as Im signing, the guy says, “Congratulations for your 100”. Oh, yeah, I didnt know. I forgot.
Its nice, because if I look back at the hundred that havRead More – Source