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Federer says it's still 'easy to get motivated'

WorldNews Tuesday, 19 November 2019
Federer says it's still 'easy to get motivated'Roger Federer insisted it was still "easy to get motivated" despite being in the later stages of his career. The Swiss great has won a record 20 grand slam titles, with the last of those coming at the 2018 Australian Open. But Federer – who is set to play Alexander Zverev in exhibition matches in North and South America – said he was still...
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