Roger Federer: 10 Reasons Why a Win at Wimbledon Is a Must for His Legacy

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Roger Federer: 10 Reasons Why a Win at Wimbledon Is a Must for His Legacy
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Twenty-nine-year-old Roger Federer needs a strong showing at Wimbledon in 2011 to bolster his legacy.

Federer is coming off an impressive display at the French Open, where he ended Novak Djokovic's 43-match win streak and reached the final for the fifth time in his career.

Federer is poised to go deep in another major, having won nine straight sets at the All England Club so far.

But reaching the quarters or even the semis might not be enough for Federer. As he enters the waning years of his career, Federer has to consider his legacy and how each match he plays might affect it. 

Here are 10 reasons why a win at Wimbledon in 2011 is a must for Federer's legacy.

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