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At 35, tennis great Roger Federer is still defying his age quoting : “USA TODAY”

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“Take Roger Federer who won the Australia Open at the start of the year.
The England prop is a massive Federer fan for the way the tennis ace continues to win world titles in the twilight years of his career.
No one is guaranteed that spot and that is how Eddie likes it and training is always like that too.”The England rugby Six Nations squad reveal their first celebrity crushes
I like to watch a bit of Federer and always remember those games between him and Rafael Nadal at Wimbledon.
Vunipola added: “We all have different strengths, but we all like to get around the pitch.

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At 35, tennis great Roger Federer is still defying his age

His tennis, to me, is timeless.” Mischa Zverev, who lost to Roger Federer in the Australian Open quarterfinalsA decade later, Federer still is doing it.
In 2003, just shy of his 22nd birthday, Federer won Wimbledon for the first of five consecutive times.
“And he just kind of went on a different planet for a while playing the sport of tennis,” Haas said.
► Monday:Angelique Kerber survives three-set marathon at Indian Wells► Sunday:Past champs Djokovic, Federer, Nadal win at Indian Wells“You saw that with Roger,” Haas said.
USA TODAY SportsRoger Federer of Switzerland hits a backhand March 12, 2017, against Stephane Robert of France at the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells Tennis Garden in Indian Wells, California.

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