Roger Federer Wins Historic 20th Grand Slam

Roger Federer turned into the primary man in history to win 20 Grand Slam titles as he brought down Marin Cilic to prevail upon his third major the age of 35.

The 36-year-old beat the 6th seed 6-2 6-7 (5-7) 6 3 6-1 out of a match enduring minimal more than three hours, to coordinate Novak Djokovic and Roy Emerson's record pulls of six Australian Open crowns.

He has now won the same number of titles as some other man in history at Melbourne Park, Wimbledon (8) and the US Open (5), while he turned out to be only the fourth player of either sex to lift at least 20 noteworthy titles.

Federer is, obviously, the first of the gathering – of which alternate individuals are Margaret Court (24), Serena Williams (23) and Steffi Graf (22) – to have accomplished the accomplishment in best-of-five set Grand Slams, while he has broadened his lead throughout the second-most predominant male ever, Rafael Nadal, to four.