By winning his third crown in 2010, Roger Federer matched Pete Sampras in career ATP titles at 64.
The Swiss is now targeting John McEnroe’s 77 for the No. 3 spot.
At the If Stockholm Open, Federer found himself down a break at 4-3 in the final to Florian Mayer until the German admitted that situation got into his head.
After consecutive weeks in Shanghai and now Stockholm, Federer now has a week of rest before his home Basel tennis event begins next Monday.
Novak Djokovic and Andy Roddick are also schedule to join Federer in Basel. The tournament has already announced that their star will play Monday night, November 1.
Here are highlights from the Stockholm match and a post-match interview with Federer:
Here’s the interview he did right after the win:
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