Australian Open: A 36-year-old should not be a favourite, says Roger Federer
Sunday, 14 January 2018 Roger Federer says a 36-year-old should not really be considered a favourite for the Australian Open, although when the man in question is himself, no one was taking him seriously.
The Swiss breezed through his media duties on Sunday with the same swagger he will take on the court against Slovenia's Aljaz Bedene on Tuesday...
Sunday's 6-1 1-6 6-3 victory over German Alexander Zverev on the Rome dirt ensured the 31-year-old would leapfrog Roger Federer and become world number one for a... DNA - SportsAlso reported by •Firstpost
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