Federer’s tears were for family

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Roger Federer lost it a couple of times on court after winning Wimbledon No. 8.

But the most emotional moment was when he looked up to the player’s box.

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“That was really the first moment I had to myself out there,” he told the New York Times. “And I guess that’s when it sunk in that, man, I was able to win Wimbledon again … and my family is there to share it with me. I was hoping the boys were going to be there, too, not just the girls. And so I just felt so happy.”

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