Roger Federer could improve an amazing record in the grass-court season this year. The Swiss player is committed to play three tournaments: Stuttgart and Halle back to back prior to Wimbledon. At the Mercedes Cup Federer will seek his first title ever, while in Halle he already won nine times and at Wimbledon eight times.
By winning up to all the 16 matches he would play in the three tournaments combined, which means winning the title in each of them, Federer would break the 100 titles barrier, setting his second Open Era record just on 100, nine less than the American Jimmy Connors who leads the way with 109 triumphs.
In this list Ivan Lendl is third with 94, he was passed by Federer last year. The title No. 100 would come just at Wimbledon, probably the most important event in his career. ALSO READ: Roger Federer announces surprising comeback - Here is where