Roger Federer won a record-equalling seventh Wimbledon title and 17th Grand Slam crown on Sunday, shattering Andy Murray's dream of ending Britain's 76-year wait for an All England Club men's champion.
The Swiss maestro Federer, playing in his eighth Wimbledon final and 24th Grand Slam championship match, won 4-6, 7-5, 6-3, 6-4 to join Pete Sampras and William Renshaw as a seven-time Wimbledon champion.
The Swiss maestro also regained the world number one ranking. Federer is just the third man over 30 to win Wimbledon following Rod Laver in 1969 and Arthur Ashe in 1975. Roger Federer's last grand slam title was at the 2010 Australian Open. Just when people wrote off Federer, he has come back with a big bang!!
Here are some of the pictures of the greatest player in Tennis history Roger Federer's 7th Wimbledon title victory.
Roger Federer kissing the coverted Wimbledon trophy which he won for the seventh time beating local British player Andy Murray
King Federer shows off his 7th Wimbledon trophy
Roger Federer's reaction after beating Andy Murray in the finals to win the Wimbledon Men's title for the 7th time equalling his idol Sampras' record
FedEx reacts after winning his 7th Wimbledon and 17th Grandslam title in Wimbledon 2012
Losing finalist Andy Murray is being consoled by the Swiss Maestro Federer after he beat the former in the Wimbledon finals
Roger Federer's wife Mirka Federer with her mother and Federer's twin daughters Charlene Riva and Myla Rose cheer from the players box during the Wimbledon 2012 finals. The twins watched their father win the Wimbledon for a record 7th time
King Federer waves at the crowd from the Wimbledon balcony
"He doesn't want to stop now. He knows he's going to continue to play well and try to break seven, and he could very well end up with eight or nine Wimbledons," Sampras said in a telephone interview. "I just think he's that much better than the other guys on grass, and he loves the court the way I loved that court. He's a great champion, a classy champion, and I'm really happy for him."
Wimbledon 2012 winner Roger Federer and runner-up Andy Murray pose with their trophies
Federer's twin kids Myla Rose and Charlene Riva with their mother Mirka during the Wimbledon 2012 finals
Mirka and twin daughters cheering Federer to a 7th Wimbledon Championship title
Wimbledon 2012 Men's singles finalists - Roger Federer and Andy Murray pose before their finals
Pics courtesy: Thanks to the official Wimbledon site...
“I played some of my best tennis in the last couple of matches,” Federer said after raising the trophy with his wife Mirka and giggling twin daughters Charlene Riva and Myla Rose watching on from the players’ box.
“I’ve missed playing in the finals, and it feels like a great moment. I’ve gone through some struggles, so this one comes at the right time,” Federer added.
What more can we ask from this magician called Roger Federer!!! All hail the King... he is back :D