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Federer reclaims top spot at 36

Federer reclaims top spot at 36
 
Roger Federer has been world number one four times in his career for a record total of 304 weeks. Reuters

A few weeks after winning his 20th Grand Slam trophy at the Australian Open, Roger Federer returned to number one in the men's rankings following his quarter-final victory at the Rotterdam tournament. At 36 years and 195 days, he is the oldest man to head the ATP lists since they were computerised in Augst 1973.


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