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Most challenging goal for Roger Federer.

Posted by tennisplanet on February 23, 2007

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You are thinking – the 14 Grand Slams, right? Or was it winning the four Grand Slams in a year? No, those are goals well within his reach, and every pundit agrees, it is just a matter of time before those records are taken down.

The only goal that can pose a real challenge to Roger, is surpassing Jimmy Connors’s record of 109 career titles. He has 47 titles right now. To break this record, he needs to win at least 10 or more titles every year till he is 32 years of age.

Looking into the crystal ball, the only hurdles on the horizon may be the following:

  • Andy Murray.
  • Novak Djokovic
  • Richard Gasquet.
  • Injuries.

Here is the breakdown of the titles won so far:

1998-none.

1999-none.

2000-none.

2001-one.

2002-three.

2003-seven.

2004-eleven.

2005-eleven.

2006-twelve.

2007-two and counting.

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