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Novak Djokovic ties Federer record by winning sixth ATP Finals title
Novak Djokovic has ended the season on a high as he defeated Casper Ruud 7-5 6-3 to win his sixth title at the ATP Finals, equalling long-time rival Roger Federer’s record. The world No 8 will now rise three places in the rankings after going undefeated all week, earning 1,500 ranking points and a record £4,230,030 ($4,740,300) in prize money. See the Story
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Casper Ruud - Andrey Rublev Live - ATP Finals: Tennis Scores & Highlights - 19/11/2022
ATP Finals - November 19th, 2022. Casper Ruud vs Andrey Rublev. The match starts at 8:00 PM. Follow all of this season's hottest tennis tournaments including Wimbledon and the US Open. Keep up with Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Serena Williams, Emma Raducanu.See the Story
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Federer speaks out on rumoured return and doctor's latest update
Roger Federer has commented on his persistent knee injury and when he wants to start playing a series of exhibition matches.See the Story
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'The impact Roger Federer had on the game is...', says ATP ace
Roger Federer has hinted that he will go on a farewell tour at some point. The 20-time Grand Slam champion retired in September of this year. Federer played the last match of his career alongside his arch-rival Rafael Nadal at the Laver Cup, the exhibition he founded in 2017.See the Story
Roger Federer's insane earnings: you won't believe it!
Roger Federer left tennis last September at the Laver Cup in London. Federer has collected just under $135m in prize money since turning pro in 1998. He is third in ATP Tour history behind Novak Djokovic, first with $162m, and Nadal, second with $135.2m.See the Story
'Roger Federer never had a wrinkle on his shirt', says ATP star
Roger Federer's career came to an end at this year's Laver Cup. The former number 1 had not set foot on a court for more than a year. He played his last match with his longtime rival, Rafael Nadal, at the O2 Arena in London.See the Story
Roger Federer admits he can't wait to return to tennis courts for special exhibition
Roger Federer retired from professional tennis only recently but he is already looking to return back to the tennis courts as he has big plans.The 20-time Grand Slam champion hung his tennis racquet on the wall in a museum, but he will soon need to use it again. After finishing his competitive caree...See the Story
Rafael Nadal hoping for "joint tour" with Roger Federer to explore new places
Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal are two of the biggest rivals that ever competed on the ATP Tour but also very good friends.Every tennis fan remembers an emotional picture of the Swiss Maestro holding hands with the Spaniard during his retirement, showing an incredible respect, admiration and friends...See the Story
What do Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Andy Murray and Holger Rune have in common?
Holger Rune beat Novak Djokovic 3-6, 6-3, 7-5 in the Paris Masters final. Rune is the sixth and youngest player with a win over Novak in the title matches at this level. Novak is 38-18 in the Masters 1000 final, losing 15 of those matches to his greatest rivals.See the Story
Stefanos Tsitsipas drops ultimate praise on prime Roger Federer's dominance
Stefanos Tsitsipas says Roger Federer was pretty much "unstoppable" during his prime. Federer, 41, retired from tennis in late September at the Laver Cup. The former 20-time Grand Slam champion is widely considered to be one of the greatest players in tennis history. The 24-year-old will be competing in Riyadh for the first time in his career.See the Story
'That's what Roger Federer has been doing so well for...', says ATP star
The South American tour continues for Rafael Nadal and Casper Ruud. From Argentina, the two tennis players are traveling to play various exhibitions in the lower part of the American continent. After the Argentine stop, with mixed doubles with Gabriela Sabatini and Gisela Dulko, and the stop in Chile, the two arrived in Colombia, more precisely in Bogotá. The Colombian capital saw another success for the world number two, claiming Ruud's first w…See the Story