Roger Federer joined British Fred Perry, Americans Don Budge and Andre Agassi and Australians Rod Laver and Roy Emerson as the only players in mens tennis history to win all four grand slams after his win in Roland Garros this afternoon over Robin Soderling.
Roger Federer beat Robin Soderling in straight sets to claim his first Roland Garros title and with his win in the French Open ties at first with Pete Sampras' 14 career Grand Slam titles and becomes the sixth player in history to achieve a career grand slam
England beat Kazakhstan 4-0 in their World Cup qualifier, improving to 6 from 6 in the campaign under Italian coach Fabio Capello. Barry, Heskey, Rooney and Lampard scored the goals.
Roger Federer completes another come back, this time against Argentinian Juan Martin Del Potro, coming back from 1-0 and 2-1 down in sets to win the Semi Final in 5 sets. Robin Soderling, who beat Fernando Gonzalez in 5 sets as well will be the man facing Federer in the French Open Final and will attempt to deny Federer his first Roland Garros title.