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At 35, and having won the three biggest titles of the year to date -- the Australian Open, Indian Wells and the Miami Open -- the 18-time grand slam champion decided he needed to rest and would return to action two weeks before the start of the French  - - -
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April 18, 2017 1:21am EDT April 18, 2017 1:10am EDT After 17 years of keeping Roger Federer in peak condition, fitness coach Pierre Paganini admits the 18-time grand slam winner has been a creative challenge to work with.
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Federer's supreme 2017 continues to defy all expectations as he booked a place in the Miami Open final and with it the 37th episode of his rivalry with Nadal. Has sport, let alone tennis, witnessed such an astonishing comeback? First we must  - - -
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But not for one of their contemporaries and former adversaries: Roger Federer. At 35, Federer remains as visible as they come in tennis, having won the Australian Open, Indian Wells and Miami titles after a six-month, injury-induced break from the game.
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April 25, 2017 1:35am EDT April 25, 2017 1:27am EDT It hasn't exactly been a year to remember for Novak Djokovic who was knocked out of the Australian Open in the round of 64 and failed to win a title since.
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The first major leg of the tennis tour is over for 2017, and the long march on clay to the French Open is underway. This is shaping up as an unpredictable year, but in a good way. Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, two of the most beloved figures in the  - - -
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Roger Federer has said that he is uncertain he will play at the 2017 French Open, just weeks after he announced he was taking a two-month break during the clay-court swing lasting until the beginning of Roland-Garros. Federer's start to the 2017 season
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If, back in September, someone had asked me which was likelier to happen—Donald Trump winning the election, the wrong film being announced as the winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture, or Roger Federer winning the 2017 Australian Open and  - -
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KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. (AP) — Roger Federer is not bothered by a little noise when he plays. And it seems like he would welcome more. After the No. 4 seed rallied to beat No. 10 Tomas Berdych in the quarterfinals of the Miami Open on Thursday — a ...
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Roger Federer must make a decision on whether he will play or miss this year's French Open to help his bid to be world No 1, says Fabrice Santoro. Federer won a record-extending 18th Grand Slam title at the Australian Open earlier this year before
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Roger Federer has reiterated that he is not planning to play any ATP tour events before the French Open. The world No. 4, who has won the Australian Open, Indian Wells and Miami so far this season, played an exhibition against Andy Murray earlier this ...
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Relaxing time continues for Roger Federer in Dubai. The Swiss player is not only practicing on the tennis court, but he is also enjoying some free time with his family, iit means his wife Mirka and his four children. On Monday the Swiss player shared
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Nadal, the world's third best-paid tennis player according to FORBES with $37.5 million in annual earnings, had been written off by many after he was forced to withdraw from last year's French Open with a wrist injury. He ended the 2016 season without
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World number one Andy Murray returned to the court for the first time in over a month when he played a charity exhibition match against Roger Federer in Zurich, Switzerland. ... Swiss Australian Open champion Federer, 35, won 6-3 7-6 (7-5) on Monday.
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Kyrgios's only three defeats in 19 matches thus far in 2017 have come against the red-hot Federer in three thrilling tiebreakers in Miami, Sam Querrey in Acapulco and Andreas Seppi at the Australian Open. His serve was untouchable during forays to