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Swiss Roger Federer is now the world’s number one tennis player, after topping the world ranking table for the first time since November 2012, becoming the oldest player to make this accomplishment, after winning the title for the Rotterdam Open. Federer, 36, managed to eliminate Rafael Nadal from the top rankings after his remarkable success …
Andy Murray is already being talked about as the greatest British sportsperson ever after his second Wimbledon title but he wants even more Grand Slam success to cement his place in sporting history.
Scotland’s Andy Murray steamrolled Tomas Berdych in the late Wimbledon semi. Earlier Roger Federer who was leading 2 sets to 1 was stunned by Milos Raonic, who became the first Canadian to make a Grand Slam final.
The prospect of an eighth title at Wimbledon is getting closer for Roger Federer. The Swiss swept Steve Johnson aside to reach the last eight. Elsewhere, German Angelique Kerber is through after a straight sets win.
Swiss tennis player and world number two, Roger Federer, won the title of the 2015 Swiss Indoor (Basel) tournament for the second year in a row. It was the 46th edition of the event. He defeated the Spanish Rafael Nadal, who ranked number six globally in the final match which brought them together, with scores …
Roger Federer, ranked world number 2, won the 23rd Halle Open competition, which is also within the ATP World Tour 500 series.