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Saturday, January 12, 2008

Roger Federer in Australian Open Tennis 2008

Roger Federer is going to start one of the most highlighted seasons in his career with the Australian Open 2008 tournament. The men’s world no. 1 has a plenty of goals to achieve in 2008. He can become the highest grand slam singles title winner surpassing Pete Sampras’s record 14 career grand slam singles titles. He has 12 titles to his credit and needs only three tiles more to hold the most prestigious record of tennis.

Federer won three titles apiece in the last two years. So, winning three grand slam titles is not new to Federer. In his glorious career, he achieved everything except a French Open titles. So, winning the French Open will be also be something special. What is more, winning all four grand slam tournaments is not something impossible for Roger Federer considering his imprerious form.

Winnipegsun reported:

Unable to enter his regular tuneup, the Kooyong exhibition tournament, because of a stomach illness, Federer has been easing himself back into shape for his first competitive tennis in two months.

Federer isn't worried, saying he wouldn't have hung around if he didn't believe he could win the Australian Open, which starts Monday.

"I definitely think it's going to turn for the good and I'll be 100%, really, before the tournament," Federer said.

Roger Federer kicks of his Open with the first round match against Diego Hartfield. He should not have any problem to reach the quarter final where he may face James Riley Blake or Fernando González. His probable semi final opponent would be Novak Dokovic or David Ferrer or David Nalbandian. Now, let us see if Roger Federer can continue his winning run and claim his third successive Australian Open title.

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