Roger Federer 'BACK' at Centre Court! Swiss Great Shares Pic in Pristine White Attire Ahead of Wimbledon 2019
Roger Federer at Wimbledon Centre Court (Photo Credits: Instagram@rogerfederer)

20-time Grand Slam winning champion and winner of record eight Wimbledon titles, Roger Federer, is back at the Centre Court and posted an image of himself in pristine white. The Swiss maestro also put a caption that is great news for fans and a subtle warning for his opponents as the "King of Grass" returns for yet another season on the hallowed Wimbledon court. Wimbledon 2019 begins from July 1 and the final is scheduled to take place on July 14, 2019. Roger Federer Poses With Halle Open 2019 Trophy, Shares Selfie to Mark Record 10th Title; Check Interesting Caption!

Federer, who will be chasing a record-extending ninth Wimbledon trophy at the All England's Club this year, has been a constant and fan favourite every time he has stepped out to put an exhibition of tennis mastery. The Instagram post by Federer is like an assurance to his fans that the master is ready for Wimbledon 2019. Ahead of Wimbledon 2019, Recalling Roger Federer vs Pete Sampras Clash From 2001 Championship When a Young Swiss Announced Himself to the World.

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The 37-year-old Federer looked in fine touch on grass in the recently concluded Halle Open 2019. The Swiss champion won a record 10th Halle Open title in Halle, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. World No 3 Roger Federer beat Belgium's David Goffin in the final to win the Halle Open 2019.

Federer, who announced himself to the world from Centre Court when he beat American tennis legend Pete Sampras on grass in fourth round of Wimbledon 2001, has shared a special relationship with the Centre Court over the years. Roger Federer Says 'I May Not Be Even So Old' As The Tennis Legend Gears Up for Wimbledon Open 2019 After Halle Feat.

Federer became the first man after Björn Borg to hold five consecutive Wimbledon titles after he beat Rafael Nadal in the 2007 final, a year before the Swiss legend and his great rival played the epic 2008 Wimbledon final, where the Spaniard emerged victorious. Federer went on to win eight Wimbledon titles after he won the 2017 Wimbledon final. Novak Djokovic is the defending champion as the Serbian won Wimbledon 2018.