Roger Federer added to his already illustrious career with his eighth Wimbledon title on Sunday, beating Marin Cilic with relative ease.

The 35-year-old never even dropped a set throughout his run at the All England Club, and with his 19th Grand Slam title – most by any man in history – he further cemented his legacy as the best to ever play.

What it means to make history…#Wimbledon @rogerfederer pic.twitter.com/amzokbYM36

— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 16, 2017

Roger Federer Slams

2003—
2004—
2005—
2006—
2007—
2008—
2009—
2010—
2012—
2017—#Wimbledon

— Ben Rothenberg (@BenRothenberg) July 16, 2017

https://t.co/aqKWuhUVZJ

— Geoff Lowe (@LoweDown21) July 16, 2017

Roger Federer’s 2017:

Australian Open

Indian Wells

Miami

Halle

Wimbledon

— Caroline Cameron (@SNCaroline) July 16, 2017

Federer is incredible. So awesome to watch greatness like him.

— Graham DeLaet (@GrahamDeLaet) July 16, 2017

Roger Federer is one of the great sportsmen of our generation. #AllClass

— Scott Moore (@MooreScottmoore) July 16, 2017

Well hello old friend… #Wimbledon pic.twitter.com/QvtisnHl72

— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 16, 2017

Crying Roger has quite the pull on my heart strings #Wim8ledon

— Chicco Nacion (@chicco_n) July 16, 2017

Slam Wimbledon 19


Source:: Sportsnet.ca

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