Wimbledon is one of the most prestigious Tennis Tournament in the world, and this is organised by All England Tennis Club in London. Since 1877 the club is hosting this prestigious tournament. Rodger Federer won the last year’s Wimbledon Tournament in Men’s Singles and was at the top of ATP World Tour Rankings. In the world Ranking, Rafael Nadal is very close to Rodger Federer. Nadal will be a big horse to tackle Federer, but Martin del Potro will be another tough horse to tackle for Federer as he defeated Federer in BNP Paribas Open.
Initially, when the matches started long back, it was only Men’s Singles, but later there are five categories of event. Men’s Singles, Women Singles, Men’s Doubles, Women Doubles and Mixed Doubles. The tournament starts with 128 players. The prize money, Title of the Grand Slam and the trophy is the achievement of any Tennis player. Wimbledon is a dream to achieve for them.
Rodger Federer Schedule and Matches for Wimbledon 2018
The 36-year-old swizz super-talent in tennis announced his schedule for 2018 according to which he had already completed four grand tournaments like Australian Open, Rotterdam, Indian Wells and Miami. Among these four he won Australian and Rotterdam, and in Indian Wells, he was defeated by Juan Martin del Potro. This would be the second year when Federer will be skipping the clay court and is waiting to start his session in the Grass-court in Halle and Wimbledon. Halle is likely to start from June 18th and will continue till 24th June, and Wimbledon is scheduled to begin from 2nd to 15th July 2018.
The detailed schedule of Rodger Federer matches in Wimbledon is not known yet. Very soon the schedule will be announced, and it is all up to the viewers to follow the updates on facebook, twitter and google.
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Rodger Feder is just a match away to be at the top of all rankings. According to Davenport, there is no question of underestimating Federer as he once again proved the eligibility of winning the Wimbledon this year also. After winning Australian Open in January, Federer chooses not to leave his racket till he wins the Wimbledon title in 2018. This will include his ninth Wimbledon title, and then he might retire from his tennis career.
The sports or the tennis critics say that there no chance of Federer to fall back anytime soon before Wimbledon 2018 even if he had to fight back few dark horses whom he had already faced during Australian Open. In Rotterdam, Open Nadal did not take part due to his injury, but Federer made an effort to meet him. Australian Open was a victory Marin Cilic. The Spokesman Mark Petchy praised Rodger for being one of the most competitive players of all contemporary tennis stars of the World. He is smart in making decisions even if it is small.
Why is Rodger Federer the best of the best?
Federer is a masterpiece not only because he knows the art of the game but for all other skills like his athletic spree, Flexibility, Co-ordination, strategy and act of mind while playing the game. Tennis is a game of art, and he knows the art in a very smart and flexible way. He is termed as one of the most intelligent players of the game.
Federer is likely to play Stuttgart Open and Halle Open in June, and he is looking forward to these two tournaments which he is fond of. Federer already won Halle Opens for nearly eight times, and thus this is one of his favorite tournament. After these two tournaments, it is straight to London for Wimbledon to win over the World Top Tennis Tile for the 9th time. After Rod Laver and Roy Emerson, it is Rodger Federer to win all four major Grand Slams for more than twice.
Dates and Venue of Wimbledon of 2018
Wimbledon 2018 will start on 2nd July 2018 and will continue till 15th July 2018. The games will take place in All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club- Wimbledon. Every day from 2nd – 15th July the game will take place at noon. There are more than 3000 seats for the audiences at the venue, and as per tradition, they are served with strawberries and cream for snacks.