a look back at roger federer's record 8 wimbledon championships title

The legend himself Roger Federer is back on the grass-court to clinch his 9th title. 
Let's relive the 8 times Federer clinched the Wimbledon Title. 


Roger Federer defeated Mark Philippoussis in the finals to win his first Grand Slam in 2003.

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In 2004, Federer again clinched his title defeating Andy Roddick.

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In 2005 he won his third consecutive title again defeating Andy Roddick in the finals.

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Tennis star by then Federer again claimed his title in 2006 against Rafael Nadal.

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In 2007 Roger Federer again clinched the Wimbledon title.

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After an epic battle with Andy Roddick in the finals, Federer reclaimed his Wimbledon title.

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The Swiss Maestro defeated Andy Murray in the finals of 2012.

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Winning his record 8th title in 2017, Federer defeated Marin Cilic in the finals.

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