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Nadal began the year as world No 1 but lost the title after Roger Federer won the Australian Open and Rotterdam Open to become the oldest man to reach the summit. But after losing early in Miami, Federer slipped back to second in the rankings with
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Roger Federer graces of six TIME covers this week for the magazine's annual 100 Most Influential People issue. Federer, 36, has won three of the last five tennis Slams, including the Australian Open and Wimbledon in 2017 and the Australian Open again
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Roger Federer updated his 2018 schedule through his official website. The Swiss player competed in four tournaments this year so far: Australian Open and Rotterdam (where he won the title) then Indian Wells (lost to Juan Martin del Potro in the final
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The immediate effect of this topsy-turvy world is that, at least for the French Open, most of the intrigue is sure to come from the WTA. The Top 10 includes two past winners (defending champ Jelena Ostapenko and 2016 winner Muguruza), a two-time
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Nishikori is still working his way back to form and full fitness, after missing the 2017 U.S. Open and this year's Australian Open because of a torn tendon in his right wrist. "It was a great week for me, I had an injury and couldn't play for a long
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The most unbreakable record was regarded to be the 237 consecutive weeks Federer spent ranked as the world's number one men's player from February 2004 to August 2008. Quore user Annabel Gong explained: "For someone from the next generation to beat
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In the 1980s, tour players used to quip, “There are only three sure things in life: death, taxes, and Swedish passing shots” — a tribute to champions Bjorn Borg and Mats Wilander and their acolytes. This century, tour players, especially the legendary
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In 2017 Roger Federer had an amazing start to the season winning three big titles in the first three months: A Major, the Australian Open, and the two Masters 1000s, Indian Wells and Miami. He had won 19 matches out of 21 played. But how different the
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The duo reigned supreme in 2017 winning two slams each despite sitting a major portion of 2016 out with injury. Federer is skipping the clay court for the second year in a row while Nadal is making a comeback post from a hip injury that he incurred at
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Roger Federer's selective approach in choosing which tournaments he plays in is unfair according to 1970 French Open champion and Mutua Madrid Open owner Ion Tiriac. Federer returned from a long injury layoff in 2017 to win the Australian Open in what
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Nishikori is still working his way back to form and full fitness, after missing the 2017 U.S. Open and this year's Australian Open because of a torn tendon in his right wrist. “It was a great week for me, I had an injury and couldn't play for a long
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"If I got emotional, it's because it was a full crowd again. This is for them also." Federer has had better stretches in his career, especially that incredible run from 2005 and 2007, when he won eight of 10 Grand Slam titles. Yet you can argue that  -
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“It's a great feeling, amazing,” said Klizan, who had never beaten Djokovic in four previous matches. “I know that he didn't play top tennis but a win is a win and I'm happy to be in the third round. I always play good tennis in Barcelona, I'm just
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As Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray struggled for fitness in 2017, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal took full advantage by winning two Grand Slams apiece. But what condition are the ATP's premier players in going into the first slam of 2018? Here's a  - -
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Who says tennis players don't earn enough? Dissatisfaction with prize money may be one of the hot topics at Melbourne Park, but one star who is happy to part with earnings is Karolina Pliskova. The No. 6 seed announced Tuesday morning that she will be  - - -