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ATP Finals: Roger Federer praises Alexander Zverev after win, calls him a 'full package'

Firstpost Wednesday, 15 November 2017
Roger Federer has paid a glowing tribute to Alexander Zverev, hailing the 20-year-old German as having the "full package" of skills and resolve to lead tennis's youthful revolution.
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