Roger Federer: 10 Reasons 2011 French Open Win Is a Must for His Legacy

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Roger Federer: 10 Reasons 2011 French Open Win Is a Must for His Legacy
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Roger Federer winning at the French Open could end all the questions about his legacy... for good.

To the tennis world at large, Roger Federer is washed up, a has-been, over the hill and retirement bound.  ESPN no longer runs Roger's early exits as surprising, SportsCenter-worthy developments.  He's nearly 4,000 points out of first place.  All signs point to Roger Federer being forced out of contention within the next couple years.

But the Swiss maestro has other thoughts. 

In B/R's coverage leading up to the French Open, we will go over 10 reasons why Roger Federer has a greater stake in a victory at Roland Garros this year than any other player in the draw, and why he must win the French Open.

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