WATCH: Moment Roger Federer Wins Australian Open With Titanic Music

WATCH: Moment Roger Federer Wins Australian Open With Titanic Music
Andrew Lowth
Andrew Lowth

30 Jan 2017

As always, everything sounds better with Titanic music!

As we witnessed yesterday, Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal rolled back the years of their rivalry in a thrilling final of the Australian Open.

The victory eventually went the way of the 35-year-old Federer, but not before going through a grueling 5-setter with the Spaniard, where he found himself a break down in the deciding set before making his comeback in only a way Roger Federer seems to know how to.

Not only that, but the final point of the game where Federer hit a winner on Nadal was challenged, which meant the match was going to be decided by Hawk-Eye.

That set the perfect scene for the guys behind the page 'Everything Is Better With Titanic', where they post sporting and other viral music with Celine Dion's hit 'My Heart Will Go On' being played at a decisive moment.

They took the tension surrounding the wait for Hawk-Eye, and executed it perfectly:

The video itself has racked up nearly a million views in the space of 24 hours, and it's easy to see why. Not only is the video quite funny due to the timing, but it's also quite emotional to any tennis fan who has followed the rivalry of Federer and Nadal through the ages, and knowing what Grand Slam number 18 means to the Swiss.

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