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Roger Federer: Is The Dynasty Ending?

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 31:  Roger Federer of Switzerland celebrates championship point in his men's final match against Andy Murray of Great Britain during day fourteen of the 2010 Australian Open at Melbourne Park on January 31, 2010 in Melbourne, Australia.  (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)
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Kyle PomerleauContributor IAugust 29, 2016

Is Roger Federer's legacy ending?  Some people say that soon Roger Federer will retire or drop in the rankings.  Will this happen?  These are the two sides of the argument.

Why he will drop in the rankings:

Roger Federer is getting up there in the years as far as pro sports go.  He is 28 and will be 29 in August.  He is now married and has twins.  His marriage and his children may distract him from concentrating on tennis.  He also might want to spend more time with them and go to less and less tournaments and eventually retire.  Another reason is Federer is already successful.  Federer holds many records already including:


  • Most Grand Slam Titles: 16
  • Most Grand Slam Finals: 22
  • Most Consecutive Grand Slam Finals: 10
  • Most Consecutive Grand Slam Sets Won:36


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