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Federer a champ again

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Federer wins Wimbledon...we've seen that before.

Roger Federer wins his 8th Wimbledon championship, take a look back at his previous seven.

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The morning after

Roger Federer woke up Monday as eight-time Wimbledon Champion. Instead of revelling in that moment, he's back in the press centre talking to a room of journalists. He talks of celebrations last night, of course: "My head is ringing, I got to bed at 5, woke up and didn't feel good but we had a good time". But then went on to talk of more important matters; the absence of a threatening next generation of players: "The younger ones haven't been strong enough to push us out. I think the way the points are structured that has part to do with it, it makes the gap too big between the top guys and the younger guys." And whether the trend of picking and choosing between tournaments is likely to grow: "I hope that this is not a trend. I didn't just walk away from the game for six months last year because I wanted to, I had to". His target now? "To enjoy being a Wimbledon Champion for the year", of course.

Victoria Monk, ESPN

By The Numbers: No. 8 for Federer

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Federer's reign without end.

With his eighth Wimbledon title and 19th major overall, Roger Federer's reign at the top has no end in sight.

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Emotional for Cilic

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Emotional Cilic hoping to return to Wimbledon.

After losing to Roger Federer in straight sets, Marcin Cilic shares his plans to try to win Wimbledon next year.

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Cilic breaks down during Wimbledon final with Federer.

Marin Cilic is in tears on the sideline while a doctor attends to him during his Wimbledon men's final match against Roger Federer.

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Onscene @ Wimbledon

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Your 2017 Wimbledon men's champion. Roger Federer shows off his trophy for a record eighth time to fans waiting patiently outside Centre Court. "Make it nine next year!" someone shouts.

Rob Bartlett, ESPN UK Associate Editor
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Victoria Monk went behind the scenes to talk to Allis Moss, the "official voice of Wimbledon" about chamomile tea, rain delays and whether her vocals will have recovered in time next year's tournament.

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ICYMI: Sunday @ Wimbledon

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Lloroda, Bahrami win epic 61-shot rally.

Michael Llodra and Mansour Bahrami outlast Lleyton Hewitt and Mark Philippoussis in a 61-point rally during the men's invitation doubles round robin match at Wimbledon.

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The Climb.

It started in 1987 with Pat Cash, and ever since several players have climbed into the Center Court stands to celebrate winning Wimbledon with their teams.

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Analysts' take

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Gilbert: Federer was in cruise control.

Chris McKendry, Brad Gilbert and Darren Cahill break down Roger Federer's commanding Wimbledon final victory over Marin Cilic.

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Women's Final: Muguruza Wins

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Muguruza shines on tennis' biggest stage.

ESPN's Mark Donaldson and Pam Shriver break down Garbine Muguruza's Wimbledon Championship victory over Venus Williams and look ahead to the US Open.

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Venus falls in final

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Williams' emotional Wimbledon run comes to a close.

Facing an emotional personal tragedy before the start of Wimbledon, Venus Williams went on a successful run at the tournament before being stopped in the final by Garbine Muguruza.

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Venus gracious in Wimbledon loss.

After losing the Wimbledon final in straight sets Venus Williams congratulates Garbine Muguruza and has a message for her sister Serena.

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Watch: Match Point

WATCH: Kubot and Melo's championship winning point.

Lukasz Kubot and Marcelo Melo beat Oliver Marach and Mate Pavic 5-7, 7-5, 7-6, 3-6, 13-11 to win the Wimbledon men's double title.

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Recap: Women's Final

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Venus falls in Wimbledon final to Muguruza.

Garbine Muguruza wins her second Grand Slam title after defeating Venus Williams at Wimbledon.

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Muguruza nervous but composed during Wimbledon win.

Garbine Muguruza explains her feelings after defeating Venus Williams to win the Wimbledon women's title.

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ICYMI: Friday Recap

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Players Sound Off

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Kuznetsova: The schedule caters to TV not the players.

Svetlana Kuznetsova talks about her 'frustrating' 6-3, 6-4 quarter-final loss to Garbine Muguruza following a quick turnaround from a doubles match the night before.

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Nadal Ousted

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Nadal loses to Muller in marathon Wimbledon match.

Rafael Nadal's rally from two sets down falls short as Gilles Muller hangs on to win the fifth set and advance to Wimbledon's quarterfinals.

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Is that ... Rufus?!

Is that ... RUfus?

WATCH- Rufus the Hawk's No. 1 fan.

One Wimbledon spectator went all out to look like the tournament's most famous bird Rufus the Hawk.

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Rufus the Hawk's 10th anniversary at Wimbledon.

Rufus the Hawk talks to Mark Donaldson after his day of patrolling the All England Lawn Tennis club grounds to scare away pigeons at Day 6 of the 2017 Wimbledon Championships.

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Mattek-Sands' injury

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Mattek-Sands dislocates kneecap, ruptures patella tendon on scary fall.

Darren Cahill expresses his sympathy for Bethanie Mattek-Sands, who dislocated her kneecap and ruptured her patella tendon during her second-round match at Wimbledon.

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Motherhood on WTA Tour

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Federer admires Azarenka, talks parenthood.

Roger Federer applauds Victoria Azarenka's return to Wimbledon just months after having her first child.

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Arthur Ashe

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On this date: Ashe becomes first African-American man to win Wimbledon.

On July 5, 1975, Arthur Ashe upsets Jimmy Connors to become the first African-American man to win Wimbledon.

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Subban in the house

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P.K. Subban 'couldn't pass up' chance to go to Wimbledon.

Nashville Predators defenseman P.K. Subban discusses meeting the best tennis players in the world and recovering from his side's loss in the Stanley Cup Finals.

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Retirement Controversy

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Evert: Prize money at the heart of retirements.

With eight retirements by Wimbledon Day 3, ESPN's Chrissie Evert weighs in with some solutions to curbing this growing problem.

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Retirement Controversy

Early retirements an epidemic in major tournament tennis?

ESPN's panel of tennis experts weighs in on the influx of injury-related retirements in major tournaments, including at the first two days of Wimbledon.

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