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Roger Federer dismisses 'changing of the guard' comment after Australian Open loss

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Roger Federer dismisses 'changing of the guard' comment after Australian Open lossRoger Federer dismisses John McEnroe's 'changing of the guard' comment after losing to Stefanos Tsitsipas at Australian Open.
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