Roger Federer has enjoyed a remarkable 14 months -- winning three grand slams -- after returning to the sport following a lengthy layoff due to a knee injury. But at the age of 36, and the oldest person to become world No. 1 in the sport, the reality is that the 20-time grand slam champion is closer...
The first time Roger Federer gained the top spot in the world rankings, in February 2004, he felt more relieved than euphoric. He had squandered a chance to... L.A. Times - Middle EastAlso reported by •Zee News •Daily Star •DNA •MailOnline
The clay-court season only three weeks away. Tennis fans are asking: Will Roger Federer play the French Open? Federer plans on deciding after the Miami Open, which ends on April 1. Federer's won a.. Source: Wochit News -
Adorable Quokka on Rottnest Island. Quokka’s are a cute animal native to Rottnest Island which is off the coast of Western Australia, Australia. The Quokka was recently made famous by the.. Source: Rumble -
Roger Federer added yet another record to his vast collection when he officially returned to world number one as the latest ATP rankings were released on 19 February. The 36-year-old beat Andre.. Source: IBTimes US -
Melbourne (Australia), Jan 29 (ANI): World's numero uno tennis player Roger Federer clinched his 20th record shattering Grand Slam by winning sixth Australian Open title in Melbourne on Sunday. He.. Source: Sports Edition -