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Image credit - Leonard Zhukovsky / Shutterstock.com Image credit - Neale Cousland / Shutterstock.com Image credit - Leonard Zhukovsky / Shutterstock.com 1998, he has been continuously ranked in the top 10 from October 2002 to November 2016. The Association of Tennis Professionals currently ranks the sportsman No.4 in the world. He’s certainly had a successful professional career over the past 20 years and has won 18 Grand Slam single titles – the most in history for a male tennis player. In majors, Federer has won 7 Wimbledon titles, 5 Australian Open titles, 5 US open titles and one French Open title. He also won the Olympic gold medal at the 2008 Olympics and silver at the 2012 Olympics. After a rocky end to 2016, 2017 appears to have been a good year for Federer as he’s already played in the Hopman Cup and Australian Open. In March he went on to win his 25th Masters title at Indian Wells handing him his 90th career title. He then collected his 26th Masters title by winning against Rafael Nadal in the final of the Miami Masters. We’re sure that Roger will be hoping his knee can hold up throughout one of the biggest annual tennis competitions but after a hopeful start to the season, it seems that a return to the world No. 1 spot is a strong possibility. For more information, head to www.wimbledon.com n


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