Roger Federer: ‘I feel like I had knots in my tummy for…’

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Roger Federer first achieved notable goals in 2002, playing in the first Masters 1000 final in Miami and winning the first title at that level in May in Hamburg, beating Marat Safin in the final. The next day, the Swiss cracked the top 10 for the first time after staying in the top 15 for months, overcoming that hurdle and looking forward to an impressive run at Roland Garros and Wimbledon like a year ago.

Instead, he suffered early defeats at both Grand Slams and lost ground in the coming months, making a last-ditch effort during the fall indoor season to regain positions on the ATP ranking list and secure a spot at the Master’s Cup in Shanghai for the first time.


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