When young Roger Federer was not even considering becoming world No. 1

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Roger Federer beat Paul-Henri Mathieu 6-2, 7-5 in the first round of the Rome Masters. Federer won the title in Munich earlier in the season. The Swiss hopes to become world no.1 in a couple of years. He has been in the top-5 for six months now.
4 months ago·Indian Wells, United States

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When young Roger Federer was not even considering becoming world No. 1

Heading to Indian Wells with most victories on the Tour in 2003, Roger Federer could not find his best tennis at the "Sunshine double." The Swiss lost before the semi-final at the season's opening Masters 1000 events and took some rest after two Davis Cup wins over France. Roger kicked off the clay-court campaign in Munich, winning the title after five dominant victories over lower-ranked rivals and building confidence ahead of the Masters 1000 …

4 months ago·United States
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