Roger Federer wins Cincinnati Masters Proving World No.1 Status
2008 was not a very good year for Roger Federer, his loss at Wimbledon to Rafael Nadal was a huge shock to both Federer and his fans. How things change in one year. 2009 has been good for Federer; he is once again the tennis world No.1, thanks to great wins at Wimbledon 2009 and his recent victory at the Cincinnati Masters, proving his World No.1 Status.
According to The Los Angeles Times, Roger Federer met Novak Djokovic in Sunday’s final, who beat Rafael Nadal in the semi-final. Federer won 6-1, 7-5, his first win since the birth of his twin girls in July. After the final Federer said, “That’s the special part, especially winning for the first time as a dad.” He also added It gets me going emotionally a little bit, because I know it’s been a wonderful summer.”
Federer has now won the Cincinnati Masters three times and he hopes to have the same success at the U.S. Open. He has won the title five times and hopes to now make it six. Judging by his recent string of wins, there is no reason why the Swiss star cannot take yet another title.
There is no denying that Roger Federer is now the greatest men’s tennis player of all time, even Pete Sampras agrees with this. Faniq.com has been asking its readers if they think that Roger Federer is Arrogant Or Just Plain Confident? The reason for this is that they believe that Federer has a lack of class when he is presented with his trophy.
The writer of the article also hated the fact that Roger Federer wore a number 15 on his top after beating Andy Roddick at this year’s Wimbledon final. I do not believe for one moment that Federer is arrogant, how about the way other sports personalities react after winning something. Have you ever watched a soccer match; just watch how they celebrate when they score a goal.
Give Roger Federer a break, he is the greatest tennis player ever let him enjoy the moment.