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Roger Federer Becomes Oldest World No.1 In History

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 Feb. 19. The 36-year-old beat Andre Agassi's record as the most senior player to reach the summit of the sport.
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