Roger Federer appears particularly focused as he seeks the one prize he's never won -- the French Open title.
Robin Soderling returns the ball to Roger Federer during the French Open final. While Soderling was able to do that with some success against tennis's other superstar (Rafael Nadal), he had a much harder time against Federer. men's singles final match of the French Open tennis tournament at the Roland Garros stadium in Paris, Sunday June 7, 2009.
You got served
Roger Federer serves the ball to Robin Soderling during the men's singles final at Roland Garros.
Just out of reach
Robin Soderling stretches for a forehand during the championship round of the French Open.
Roger Federer saved his most thorough performance for last, winning the French Open title in straight sets.
An intruder on the court temporarily crashed Roger Federer's party. But Federer would prove to be unfazed by the interruption.
Rain, then reign
The crowd busted out the umbrellas for some of Sunday's final. But ultimately the weather didn't rain on Roger Federer's parade.
It's not a stretch
After completing the career Grand Slam and tying Pete Sampras' mark of 14 Slam titles, it's not a reach to call Roger Federer the greatest player in tennis history.
Form follows function
Roger Federer displays the form that's made him arguably the greatest player in tennis history.
Roger Federer and Robin Soderling both rush the net during one point at the French Open men's final.
I did it!
Roger Federer rejoices after winning the one Grand Slam that had to this point eluded him throughout his storied career.
A clearly emotional Roger Federer celebrates his French Open title.
At long last
Roger Federer finally feels what it's like to raise the trophy at Roland Garros.
Even Pete Sampras agrees. After Sunday's win, Roger Federer is the greatest player in tennis history.