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By Chris Oddo | Tuesday August 8, 2017

So what did we learn on Twitter this week? Well, Roger Federer turned 36 AND HE HAS A LOT OF FANS. Here are 36 top tweets to celebrate the Mighty Fed's 36th B-day.

1. A brilliant tribute from Tennis TV, in which Rafa takes the cake.

2. A tribute from our friends at the Tennis Channel.

3. A funny FanGif. Some of these are true classics.

4. Yes, that streak is the all-time record.

5. A tribute from Cincy, where Federer has ruled often.

6. SportsCenter talking tennis – never a bad thing.

7. Another tribute—this one from our friends at Sport 360.

8. Laureus chimes in.

9. Iconic memory from DavisCup.com.

10. Lotsa titles.

11. Raise your hand if you picked Federer as a possible No.1 before the 2017 season started.

12. He’s gone 31-2, which is always good for the ranking.

13. Federer is a man who has his cake and eats it, too.

14. Tanti Auguri, Roger!

15. Hopman Cup wishes Roger the best.

16. Double goat!

17. Love from the Australian Open.

18. We chose this one because we like the bead of perspiration on the nose.

19. This GIF of Roger making out with the Aussie Open trophy is classic.

20. Swiss tennis – where it all began.

21. Federer, before the grey hairs.

22. A very ethereal “Father Timeless” photo.

23. If you didn’t watch the ATP’s tribute, you should…

24. Oh right. The year started with BONGOS!

25. Pouty Roger and smiley Roger all wrapped into one GIF.

26. Fans really seem to like Roger Federer, no?

27. He has A LOT of fans.

28. Another great fan post of the moment Federer won in Australia.

29. Funny guy, Sasha Bublik!

30. Four Rogers are better than one.

31. Four Roger GIFs are better than one.

32. 36 reasons.

33. B-day trivia from the US Open.

34. We really don’t think that Mirka forgot.

35. There is a point in this video where Ons Jabeur’s coach realizes maybe this drill is not such a good idea. That part makes us laugh.

36. It’s been a good ten years. And a good career. Happy b-day Mr. Federer.



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