It is often said that Records are meant to be broken. And in every sport, there are numerous oppurtunities always up for grab when it comes to making new records, either by breaking, or setting new milestones.
Here, EssentiallySports brings you the records that may be broken in 2016.
1. Record Grand Slam appearance
If Roger Federer takes part in all the four Grand Slams in 2016, he will equal France’s Fabrice Santoro record of the most Grand Slam appearances(70) in the tennis history. Santaro, though, had a prolonged career, but was never as successful as Federer. Playing tennis since his childhood days, Federer has been Switzerland’s most successful sportsperson and also the first Swiss man to win a singles Grand Slam title.