Monday, November 28, 2011

Bro of the Day: Roger Federer

Roger Federer with the ATP World Tour Finals trophy after defeating Jo-Wilfried Tsonga on Sunday. Kirsty Wigglesworth/Associated Press

Raise your hand if you doubted RF.

Now put it back down.

Sunday at the ATP World Tour Finals in London, Roger Federer (currently ranked 4th in the world) captured his 70th career singles title (he's now exactly a career 70% victorious when reaching singles finals), and his record-breaking 6th ATP Title, capping off a year of questions with a monumental moment of sheer superbness.

“I couldn’t be more happy,” Federer, said after accepting the trophy.

 In front of 17.5 G's of British and foreign spectators (not pounds of coke, Jeezy) Federer snagged the $1.63M prize, making himself the oldest bro since 1975 to win at the ATP World Titles.

Bro of the Day, is Roger Federer.

No comments:

Post a Comment