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World Number 2 Roger Federer has said that his recent comeback from injury has made 2017 the favourite year of his career. Federer has won 19 career Grand Slams, but returned to form and fitness with two this year, the Australian Open and Wimbledon - a
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But Tiley also believes that tennis' two biggest names will not have it all their own way, with Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray and Stan Wawrinka all having targeted the Australian Open during spells recovering from injuries in 2017. “With the return of
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Roger Federer and coach Severin Luthi GETTY. Roger Federer has been working with coach Severin Luthi since 2007. Luthi has been working with Federer for more than a decade and, alongside Ivan Ljubicic, guided him to two Grand Slam titles in 2017. The  - -
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Federer enjoyed a sensational 2017 campaign, winning seven titles including the Australian Open and Wimbledon. The 36-year-old's year ended in disappointment when he was beaten for the first time by David Goffin at the season-ending ATP World Tour
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ATP TOUR chief Chris Kermode has revealed the consequences of Roger Federer's injury-enforced absence in 2016 has led to talks over potential changes to the tennis schedule.
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For the first example of this, you had to travel in January to the bottom of the planet, Melbourne—a place about as far as possible from our culture's current left/right, black/white, I'm-right/you're-crazy divide. Sure, it seems odd that a pro sports
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Defending champion Stan Wawrinka entered the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships on a roll. The Swiss right-hander had fallen just short of reaching his fourth Grand Slam final at the Australian Open (l. to eventual champion Federer in five sets
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Tennis has been aging for years, but that trend became even more pronounced on the men's side in 2017. When the ATP's dominant player of this decade, Novak Djokovic, slipped from his perch at the top of the rankings, he wasn't replaced by anyone from
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When 2017 began, Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic sat atop the ATP rankings, while Angelique Kerber, fresh off a career year, led the WTA. None of those players would finish this season in the Top 10, for varying reasons, but that hardly implied a lack
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Federer ended his season on a low note after his surprise defeat to David Goffin yesterday in the semi-finals of the ATP World Tour Finals. The Swiss legend, who at 36 years old, is the oldest year-end world No2, lost for the first time against his
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Proportional Sans-Serif, Monospace Sans-Serif, Proportional Serif, Monospace Serif, Casual, Script, Small Caps. Defaults Done. Federer hadn't won a Grand Slam final since 2012 before this season with injuries taking it's toll on his body. But he
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ROGER FEDERER will need to see off a gymnast, skiier and handball player if he is to win the latest top gong.
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GETTY. Felix Auger-Aliassime is looking forward to practising with Roger Federer. After a two-week holiday in the Maldives with his family, Federer is already back to work preparing for the 2018 season. The 36-year-old will begin his campaign at the
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... in the New Year. Both Djokovic and Murray were sidelined with injuries for the majority of the 2017 season with Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer benefitting from their absence. Murray was the world No1 going into the campaign but a persistent hip
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In fact, it may have worked a little too well with only three men outside of the so-called Big Four of Federer, Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic managing to win a major since the 2005 Australian Open. Perhaps no wonder giving the fact the