Modern research based scientific astrologer Greenstone Lobo, who has a special interest in sports predictions, wrote on the DNA website that Roger Federer has the ability to achieve a historical record of 20 Grand Slams based on his “out of the world” horoscope. The 31-year old has “Uranus and ‘Planet-Y’ in exaltation concurrently” which is a rare phenomenon that Lobo wrote occurs only once every 200 years.
None of the current top players have this kind of astrological positions and therefore they will not be able to reach the level of achievements that Federer has and will in his career.
However, Lobo explains that “current planetary positions are not exactly in favour of Federer”. He further describes that “transiting Saturn in his sixth lord and is in exaltation”. The importance of Saturn signifies posing health problems, tough life situations, and disappointments in which victory becomes very difficult and hard to achieve. This clearly reflects the point in career in which Federer is at, currently suffering a back injury and finding hard to make it through to the higher rounds of the ATP tournaments.
Saturn, as Lobo writes, favour the 1986-87 born men and they will be ruling the tennis tournaments till the end of 2014. This is because Saturn will remain in exaltation till this period and therefore favour players like Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray.
Lobo predicts that Federer will make a “grand comeback in the second half of 2014” and his good times will continue throughout 2015-16. It is very much possible that Federer will be at his best in between the ages of 34 and 36 and might even become the “oldest male players to win singles Grand Slams ever”!
So what does he say about 20 Grand Slams? He answers, “Possible, very possible.” Federer has what it takes to be the greatest player in the history of tennis and “rewrite all the possibilities of the game.”
Lobo was also very strangely amused to see that a 1981-born male player has never won an Olympic Gold singles in tennis, despite the year 1981 being the best year in the century for sports people. That is why he highly thinks that Federer has high chances in the 2016 Olympics. And why is that? It is because Roger Federer “has the horoscope of the greatest tennis player ever to have walked the planet!”
And surely there is no doubt that Federer still has the strength and willpower to achieve bigger and better in his career in tennis. And maybe the tennis experts should still keep an eye out on Federer for the next 3-4 years. This is definitely not the end for the tennis maestro.
Article source: DNA (Octozone)
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