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Monday, July 4, 2016

Wimbledon 2016: Roger Federer Up For the Challenge In His Favorite Surface

For me, I'm just happy to see Roger healthy and fit again to play at yet another grand slam.

I know at 34, it's already tick tock tick tock time for him so it would be best to just enjoy each of the competitive matches he'll be playing, whether he wins the title or not. He's achieved so much anyway, already.

Even then, using the objective head-to-head, Roger is still the man to beat on his side of the draw. Thankfully, none of the other top four guys are on his side of the draw so he's the favorite to get the semi-final slot.

The early exit of Novak Djokovic also means that he won't have to play Novak in the semi's, giving him a good chance to be in the final once again.

He is set to meet Marin Cilic (#13) of Croatia in the quarters and he has a good winning record over the guy. Andy Murray looms as his most likely opponent finals.

Here is his path this Wimbledon:

4R: Steve Johnson (USA) (#29) 62 63 75

3R: Daniel Evans (GBR) (#91) 64 62 62

2R: Marcus Willis (GBR) (#772) 60 63 64

1R: Guido Pella (ARG) (#52) 76(5) 76(3) 63

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