Thank you for signing up! Please check your inbox to confirm your email address and start receiving newsletters. By Associated Press February 17, Federer leads their matchups Sign Up for our Newsletter Don't get stuck on the sidelines!
Sign up to get exclusives, daily highlights, analysis and more—delivered right to your inbox! Email Address Enter valid email address Password. Email Address Enter valid email address. Zip Code Please enter zip code or country for newsletter signup. Password Must be at least 6 characters and contain a number and an uppercase and lowercase letter.
Confirm Password Passwords must match. The trusted voice in sports straight to your inbox. Hot Clicks, viral videos, pop culture and more. Your destination for all things Swim. Personalized daily email with your favorite topics sports and entertainment.
A great looking, lightweight player's frame, that still packs a muscular punch. This forward-thinking update features an avant garde design, while still providing the essential materials required for high-end movement. The year-old talks about her philosophies on dealing with injuries, how she stays positive, her relationship with Wimbledon, how long she sees herself playing and more.
Four thoughts on the Davis Cup semifinals, and a big question for Noah, Paire, Tiafoe and Coric had big weekends, as Croatia and France reached the final. After Querrey forces fifth rubber, Coric tops Tiafoe in five sets for victory. France, Croatia set up "inspired" re-run of World Cup soccer final It's France's third final in four years, while Croatia is in it's second in three years. Sep 16, by Kamakshi Tandon.
But let's face it, Rotterdam hardly makes the top 20 of European tourist destinations. You wouldn't go there unless for a purpose. Which tells you everything about why Roger Federer has chosen to play in this week's ATP tournament in the Dutch city.
Two weeks after waltzing off with his 20th Grand Slam title at the Australian Open we didn't think we'd see the Swiss maestro again in a hurry. Time at home with his family seemed to beckon. But Federer has worked out that by reaching the semi-finals in Rotterdam he can knock Rafa Nadal off his perch and return to number one in the world rankings for the first time since , and he's asked for - and not surprisingly been given - a late wild card. Predictably he is now the [2.
For a man who claims not to be bothered about records, it's a clear indication that the year-old knows exactly what bits of his sport's history books are up for rewriting, and which boxes he still has to tick. He's been talking about whether he could make it to to have another crack at the Olympics, the one significant prize he's never collected.
Meanwhile assuming he does achieve his goal this week, he will be the oldest number one since the ATP introduced a ranking system , eclipsing Andre Agassi. Then there's the next real target of a ninth Wimbledon title and playing more tennis now then skipping the clay court season as he did last year is clearly an option.