Fendrich on Tennis: 1 of Big 4 left at Wimbledon, Federer

LONDON (AP) Chants of ”Roger! Roger! Roger!” filled the early evening air at the All England Club, so after his post-match stretch, Roger Federer paused on a bridge connected to Centre Court and waved to his adoring public.

”When you see that they’re there for you, it’s a bit of an unusual feeling. I’m very touched, actually, to have so much support,” Federer said. ”I never would have imagined when I was younger that I would have experienced this.” Less than a month from his 36th birthday, Federer is still giving `em what they want. When Wimbledon began, Federer and the rest of the Big 4 – Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal – had accounted for each of the past 14 men’s singles championships. Now, as t...