March 28, 2017 -- Miami, Florida



Roger closed out his round of 16 match by winning two tiebreakers today against Roberto Bautista Agut at the Miami Open 7-6 (5), 7-6 (4). 


The Spanish player gave Roger the biggest challenge he's seen in his past few matches, but stayed calm and collected to finish the set in style.  


Roger will play Tomas Berdych in the Quarterfinals. They last met in the Round of 32 at the Australian Open where Roger took the match in straight sets. 

March 27th, 2017 -- Miami, Florida


Roger continues to be the talk of the ATP Tour as he won another match in impressive form today. In a clash between two tennis greats, Roger took out Juan Martin del Potro 6-3, 6-4. The Swiss earned his 46th win in Miami and improved to 15-1 for the 2017 season. 


Keeping the momentum going in his favor throughout the entire match, Roger had just 11 unforced errors and 17 winners. 


Roger will play Roberto Bautista Agut next in the Round of 16. 

March 25, 2017 -- Miami, Florida


In their first ever meeting, Roger breezed passed up and coming American, Francis Tiafoe, in the second round of the Miami Open.


The American hung tight with the Swiss Maestro in the first set and played impressive tennis, staying on serve with Roger to take the first set to a tiebreaker. Roger used experience in his favor, clinched the tiebreak 7-2 and cruised into the second set.


After an early break from Tiafoe, Roger broke back and flipped the switch in the second set. He looked near perfect toward the end of the match and finished Tiafoe off in an aggressive fashion often finishing points out at the net.


The final score was 7-6 (2), 6-3 and it took just 72 minutes to clinch the win. 


Next up for Roger will be Juan Martin Del Potro.

March 20, 2017

After winning the Australian Open this year, Roger invited GQ to his mountain top home to chat about his life on and off the court. The 35-year old opened up about his comeback, the feeling of winning the first major of the year and chatted about life in general.

“You have a better perspective when you're older. But sometimes you want it more because you know time isn't on your side.”

To find out what Roger fears and how he will know when it's time to retire, be sure to read the full article here or find Roger's cover story in GQ's April Style Bible on newsstands. 

Watch Roger show you how to dress for a Snowy Day on The Scene.       

March 19, 2017 -- Indian Wells, California

Adding another title to his list of accomplishments this year, Roger was crowned the 2017 BNP Paribas Open Champion today. Having skipped the tournament in 2016 due to an injury, Roger looked fresh and ready for battle today as he faced off against Swiss compatriot, Stan Wawrinka. Executing his serves and driving backhands through the court for winners in the desert heat, Roger came away with a 6-4, 7-5 victory. He faced just one break point throughout the tournament. 

"For me, the dream run continues," he said. "The fairytale of the comeback that I have already shown in Australia."

"I'm not as surprised as I was in Australia, but still this comes as a big, big surprise to me, nevertheless, to win here again and beating the players that I did and the way I did. I mean, couldn't be more happy.

This win puts Roger at 5 Indian Wells titles and it marks his 90th tour-level crown as well as his 25th ATP World Tour Masters 1000. This win as a 35-year old also makes Roger the oldest Masters 1000 Champion (previously held by Andre Agassi after winning the 2004 Cincinnati title in 2004).

Up next for our Swiss star is the Miami Open. Play begins on March 22, 2017.