Bleacher Report: Wimbledon 2012: Roger Federer Re-Emerges

To paraphrase the greats Bob Ryan and Dan Shaughnessy of the Boston Globe sports page, it’s time to empty out the sports drawer desk of my mind.

Roger Federer defied the odds and the oddsmakers the past two weeks at Wimbledon, winning his seventh title here and tying his boyhood idol Pete Sampras. His accomplishment deserves all sorts of short-term and long-term analysis.

What does it tell us about where he is now and will continue to be?

Continue reading at Bleacher Report.Com.

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