Roger Federer became the oldest world number one on yesterday (Feb 16) when the 20-time Grand Slam title winner reached the semi-finals of the Rotterdam Open.[...]
Fourteen years after first grabbing the number one ranking, the 36-year-old Swiss maestro is back on top of the world, the oldest man to achieve such a feat in the sport's history.[...]
When six-time Australian Open Champion Novak Djokovic lost his fourth-round match against Hyeon Chung on 22 January, this was another upset in a long line of disappointments for the Serbian. After pulling out of last year’s Qatar Open with an elbow injury, Djokovic was also forced to miss the US Open and sit out the[...]
Roger Federer can't just stop shattering tennis records. From racquet-smashing enfant terrible with a bad attitude to universally respected sporting role model, Roger Federer has come a long, long way[...]

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