Federer’s 18th Grand Slam Title – US Open 2015

At the age of 34 if there is one thing that the legendary Roger Federer is doing right, it is following his passion and dream as sincerely and as honestly as he did when he took up a racquet and decided to explore the world of tennis in front of him. He must have picked up a racquet at the age of 7 or 8. That does not matter.

What matters is tonight. What matters is right now. What matters is what matters to him at the age of 34!

Now, thinking about other legends of the game, and other upcoming legends of the game, the arguments were very strong that the legendary king of Clay – Rafael Nadal would surpass 17 grand slams target in a jiffy. Well the fans forgot that Nadal is not going to grow younger unless he is Roger. Now as for the head to head contest, it does not matter anymore.

Talking about Djokovic who is looking to win his 10th Grand slam title at the age of 28, cooks his own food since he is allergic to Gluten. Now it did enhance his stamina and overall game but his game is so stressful that he cannot survive after returning all the balls his opponents throw at him.

What the future of tennis needs is someone like Roger who does not mind experimenting and inventing new shots / actions (SABR).

What the future of tennis needs is someone like Roger who can be a potential threat to the youngsters even beyond the tiring thirties

What the future of tennis needs is someone like Roger who can show child like enthusiasm to do what he wants to do.

What the future of tennis needs is someone like Roger who can be so down to earth even after achieving legendary status

What the future of tennis needs is Roger to win his 18th Grand Slam title tonight !

— Varun Mannava Gowtham

September 11, 2015 - Roger Federer in action against Stan Wawrinka (not pictured) in a men's singles semifinals match during the 2015 US Open at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing, NY. (USTA/Garrett Ellwood)

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