Roger Federer is fresh from winning a record seventh Wimbledon title few weeks ago. Federer has beaten the long-time record of Pete Sampras of the most number of weeks at the No.1 position.
All that is left for Roger to pursue is the Olympics gold. Singles gold to be precise. Roger has already felt how it is to win a gold at the Olympics—in Beijing along with his friend Stan Wawrinka, Federer won the doubles title defeating more fancied rivals on their way to the gold.
This will be Federer's fourth appearance at the Olympics and he is keen to finish off this version with a bang.
Coupled with his great form at Wimbledon in early July as well as the withdrawal of the defending champion Rafael Nadal, Federer has a great chance to win the gold on his favorite Wimbledon courts.
How did he fare in the earlier Olympics and what should he do differently this time? Let us see.