Federer for sure in Wimbledon.
Nadal's time is still to come, and he will beat Federer sometime the next couple of years. Federer is still number one though and I still have the belief that he is able to win one more Wimbleton at least..
Roger Federer claimed his fifth straight Wimbledon title with a stunning five-set victory over Rafael Nadal, equalling the modern-day record of Bjorn Borg.
With Borg watching from the Royal Box on Centre Court, Federer was tested to the limit in an epic contest before sealing a 7-6 4-6 7-6 2-6 6-2 victory in three hours and 45 minutes.
It was the Swiss star's 54th consecutive victory on grass, 34 of those coming at the All England Club, and a fitting way to etch his name into the record books.
Federer slumped to the grass in relief after putting away a smash on his second match point, and the 25-year-old wiped away tears as the capacity crowd rose to acclaim a brilliant performance.
You just can not argue with the stats.
Venus Williams claimed her fourth Wimbledon singles title with an efficient 6-4 6-1 victory over Marion Bartoli on Centre Court.
Williams, competing in her sixth final at the All England Club, overpowered her 22-year-old opponent with a display which was ruthlessly effective at key moments.
The American met with stubborn resistance throughout as Bartoli, who was clearly fatigued from her epic triumph over number one seed Justine Henin, battled bravely for every point.
But it was Williams again who clinges the title, to prove strength and power always beat finiesse in the woemens game nowadays