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The Malaysian could be the female Roger Federer is a Swiss professional tennis player who held the ATP no. 1 position for a record 237 consecutive weeks, and 285 weeks overall. As of 28 November 2011, he is ranked World No. 3 by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP). Federer has won a men's record 16 Grand Slam singles titles.. But the 27-year-old squash player laughs off the comparison. “Being No.1 is a great feeling,  

Pete Sampras, one of tennis's greatest ever players, has dismissed claims that Roger Federer is a fading force in the sport. The Swiss has smashed numerous ...

In 2011, although great by most players' standards, was a lean year for Roger Federer. He was defeated in straight sets in the semifinals of the 2011 Australian Open by eventual champion Novak Djokovic.

Friday, 01 October 2010 Pete Sampras thinks Federer is not suffering from a decline
 in formPete Sampras, one of tennis's greatest ever players, has dismissed claims that Roger Federer is a fading force in theThe Swiss has smashed numerous records in a glittering career – he holds the record for most career Grand Slams in the men's game as well as the most consecutive weeks ranked as world number one.

However, throughout most of 2010 Federer has been overshadowed by current world number one Rafael Nadal while Novak Djokovic has also overtaken the 29-year-old in the men's rankings.

  1. Roger Federer (born 8 August 1981) is a Swiss professional tennis player who held the number one position for a record 237 consecutive weeks and 285 total ...

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    Proclaimed the greatest player of all time by TENNIS magazine on its September 2009 cover, Roger Federer claimed the all-time record for Grand Slam singles titles by winning Wimbledon, his 15th major victory, in 2009. Federer won Wimbledon five consecutive times from 2003 to 2007 and lost in the 2008 final to rival Rafael Nadal in what is considered by many to be the best match ever played. 


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    The lost was Federer’s first on grass since 2002 and ended a record 65-match winning streak on that surface. He won his sixth Wimbledon title in 2009 by outdueling Andy Roddick, 5-7, 7-6 (6), 7-6 (5), 3-6, 16-14 in the final. Federer has also won the U.S. Open five times and the Australian Open three times. He completed the career Grand Slam by winning the French Open in 2009 after having lost to Nadal in the final each of the previous three years. In 2006, Federer became the first man since Rod Laver in 1969 to make all four Grand Slam finals in a calendar year, winning three of them; he repeated that feat in 2007. He also made all four finals in 2009, winning two. 

    Federer has reached at least the semifinals of the past 22 Grand Slam events, a record. Federer held the world No. 1 ranking for a record 237 consecutive weeks from Feb. 2, 2004 until Aug. 18, 2008. He regained the No. 1 ranking on July 6, 2009. Federer is the son of a South African mother and a Swiss father. He married former pro player Mirka Vavrinec in April 2009. Mirka gave birth to identical twin girls, Myla and Charlene, in July 2009. (as of October 15, 2009)

    Roger Federer-
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    Birthdate August 8, 1981 Age 29
    Birthplace Basel, Switzerland Residence Bottmingen, Switzerland
    Height 6'1'' (185 cm) Weight 187 lbs (85 kg)
    Turned Pro 1998 (13 yrs on tour) Plays Right-handed

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    Pete Sampras is one of the few people who can relate to Roger Federer, a 29-year-old former No. 1 still in top form but facing some problem he try to overcome this,,,

    The match was the 13th time in 14 career meetings that Roger Federer has defeated ... 2 Roger Federer meeting for the first time at the United States Open. 

    At the 2011 ATP World Tour Finals, Federer crushed Rafael Nadal, in exactly one hour en route to the semifinals, where he defeated David Ferrer to reach the final at the year-end championships for the 7th time, his 100th tour-level final overall. As a result of this win, Federer also regained the world no. 3 ranking from Andy Murray. In the final, he defeated Jo-Wilfried Tsonga for the third consecutive Sunday and, in doing so, claimed his record 6th ATP World Tour Finals title.


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