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Federer feeling “deeply gratified” to be world number one again

By Reuters
09 March 2018   |   12:05 pm
Swiss star Roger Federer is feeling good about his return to top of the world tennis rankings as he prepares to start play at the Masters 1000 event at Indian Wells this week.

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