Sit back and enjoy Roger Federer’s glorious victory over Andy Roddick in an epic encounter as he officially became tennis’s greatest men's champion in the 2009 Men's Singles Final.
Watched by a television audience of 11 million, the battle for tennis’s most coveted prize saw Roddick, a previous two-time runner-up to Federer at the Championships, put in a courageous effort, ultimately falling short to the Swiss master 5-7 7-6 (8-6) 7-6 (7-5) 3-6 16-14.
Although slightly shorter than last year’s mammoth battle between Federer and Rafael Nadal, this year’s match took on similarly epic proportions. For much of the game, it seemed that Roddick would emulate Nadal's feat as he hammered away at his opponent. Federer wavered a few times, but never toppled and in the end won on merit.
We have ten copies of the DVD of the match to give away. To be in with a chance of winning, answer this question:
Which male tennis player has won the most grand slams ever?
a) Tim Henman
b) Roger Federer
c) Boris Becker
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