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Federer Wins Seventh Wimbledon Title, Talks Fatherhood
Sunday, Federer defeated Andy Murray 4-6, 7-5, 6-3, 6-4 to tie Pete Sampras with a seventh Wimbledon singles championship on Centre Court.
With this championship, Federer extended his record of major singles titles to 17.
"It equals me with Pete Sampras, who's my hero," Federer said. "It just feels amazing."
Federer regains the No. 1 ranking with this win as well.
After the match, Federer, who is married and has twin daughters under the age of three, said his family has made a "massive impact on my life."
"To enjoy it now, it's very different than when I was 20 or 25," said Federer, whose wife, Mirka, was pregnant the last time he won at Wimbledon. "I'm in a much more stable place in my life."
"People forget sometimes I do have twin girls, you know," he said. "But just to be able to juggle everything together has been, you know, a challenge. And I think you learn from mistakes. You try to make it work for everyone involved. Hasn't always been easy, you know. I admit that."
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