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Roger Federer captured his sixth Australian Open title on Sunday, defeating No. 6 Marin Cilic in five sets. Federer and Cilic battle for three hours and three minutes before the Swiss prevailed 6-2, 6-7(5), 6-3, 3-6, 6-1 to win a record 20th Grand Slam  -
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At 36 years old, the 20-time grand slam champion and oldest person to become world No. 1 in tennis, the reality is that Federer's closer to the end of his career than the beginning. -
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Top seed Federer, who notched his 14th win from 15 matches against Seppi, will take on second seed Dimitrov in the final on Sunday. Although not at his best, Federer broke the Italian early in the first set and faced little trouble in the second-set  - -
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Federer, at 36 years old, finds himself in the Dutch port of Rotterdam, just three rungs from the top of the tennis ladder with no major champions blocking his ascent. Reconquering the No. 1 ranking was not his primary goal when he took his growing
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... are amazing so I always know I'll be fine once I retire and when I'm home. "In a way I can't wait for it, but it should wait for the moment. Times are great at the moment as a tennis player. These are great moments." After winning the Australian
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Roger Federer battled past Tomas Berdych in the quarter-finals in straight sets and had a relatively easy route to the Australian Open final. Rafael Nadal was forced to retire with a leg injury in the quarter-finals, meaning he is no longer a threat to  - - -
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Caroline Wozniacki and Roger Federer both came away from Melbourne as Australian Open champions. (AP). When we left Rod Laver Arena after midnight, there was a huge, three-quarter moon hanging right over the skyscrapers of downtown Melbourne. One half  - -
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Federer is expected to win the Australian Open with Marin Cilic lying in wait. Should he sweep Chung aside, the 36-year-old will take to the court on Sunday aiming to win a stunning 20th Grand Slam. Given his age, Federer has defied the odds to
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Those are the thoughts of three-time Grand Slam champion Lindsay Davenport. Federer is just one match away from usurping Rafael Nadal at the top of the rankings. The Swiss legend edged out Philipp Kohlschreiber to set up a quarter-final showdown
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Federer says. "I'm very happy I got out of that first set. I think it was the key to the match." 10.48am: He holds to love to WIN and complete his 10th quarter-final win at the Australian Open - he's never lost in the last eight. He'll play Hyeon Chung  -
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Cilic has already been a semifinalist in Pune (falling to Gilles Simon) and a finalist at the Australian Open, his second final in the last three Grand Slams (he lost to Roger Federer in both the Wimbledon and Aussie Open finals). Monfils, meanwhile
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The Australian world number 17 was knocked out by Grigor Dimitrov over four sets in their fourth round clash. The thrilling match was watched in its entirety by Federer, who then took to the court to put away Marton Fucsovics in straight sets. After
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Number 20 once seemed so improbable for the Swiss great, but that milestone was accomplished in Melbourne on Sunday. Federer overcame Marin Cilic 6-2 6-7 (5-7) 6-3 3-6 6-1 in a thrilling Australian Open final on Rod Laver Arena, winning his 20th major
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Federer is 7-0 all-time against the Bulgarian. There is no doubt, however, that Dimitrov will have several more chances in the near future. He represents a rising generation of stars on the ATP World Tour. Now one of the best in men's singles tennis  - -