1. Roger Federer is clad in jeans of an Eighties hue and a khaki green shirt.
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5. Roger Federer is the face of Uniqlo after ditching Nike back in the summer.
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8. Roger Federer failed to defend his Australian Open crown last month after a shock last 16 defeat to Greek youngster Stefanos Tsitsipas.
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10. Roger Federer was the oldest man left in the field and would have been the oldest quarterfinalist in Australia since Ken Rosewall at 43 in 1977.
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13. Roger Federer has regularly cited the influences of Australian coaches Peter Carter and Tony Roche in shaping his career.
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15. Roger Federer has withdrawn his name from selection in recent years to focus on the ATP Tour.
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17. Roger Federer has won in Paris just once in his career, back in 2009, where he beat Robin Soderling in the final.
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27. Roger Federer is good friends with the professional golf player Tiger Woods.
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31. Roger Federer was born in Basel, Switzerland in 1981 to Lynette and Robert Federer.
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34. Roger Federer will be aiming to fare better at the French Open than he did at the Australian Open this month.
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35. Roger Federer is set to return to the French Open this year, after choosing to skip the Grand Slam in 2017 and 2018.
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38. Roger Federer played his first ATP Final in 2000 at the Marseille Open where he lost to his fellow Swiss player Marc Rosset.
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49. Roger Federer competed at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, advancing to the bronze medal match.
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57. In 1994, Roger Federer had his picture taken with Jimmy Connors during the Swiss Indoors.
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66. Roger Federer switched to a bigger custom-built Wilson 90 square inch head racquet in 2003.
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69. Roger Federer has a powerful, accurate smash and very effectively performs rare elements of professional tennis, such as the backhand smash and skyhook, half-volley, jump smash and an aggressive serve return known affectionately as SABR (Sneak Attack By Roger, a half-volley attack on an opponent's second serve).
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70. Roger Federer was the first non-American player to appear on the cover of the magazine since Stefan Edberg in 1992.
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73. Roger Federer co-founded the tournament in honor of tennis legend Rod Laver and the inaugural edition was played in 2017.
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74. Roger Federer is one of the founders, via his management company TEAM8, of the Laver Cup; the annual team tennis tournament which pits Europe against the rest of the world.
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80. Roger Federer played his first singles match on day two, when he dispatched Sam Querrey in straight sets.
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82. Roger Federer won his third and second consecutive Hopman Cup title in 2019 alongside Belinda Bencic.
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88. Roger Federer opened his campaign by retaining the Hopman Cup alongside Belinda Bencic, becoming the first player to win the mixed-gender event three times.
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89. Roger Federer paired up with Djokovic for the first time in doubles, losing their match against Jack Sock and Kevin Anderson in three sets.
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90. Roger Federer entered the US Open as the second seed but was upset by John Millman in the 4th round, citing extreme conditions of heat and humidity that took a toll on his body.
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91. Roger Federer announced that he would miss the clay court season, including the French Open, for the second consecutive season.
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92. Roger Federer beat Grigor Dimitrov in straight sets in the final.
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93. On 26 July, Roger Federer announced that he would miss the 2016 Summer Olympics and the remainder of the 2016 season to fully recover from his knee injury.
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96. Roger Federer started his season in the Brisbane International as the defending champion, despite having a virus when the tournament started.
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97. In December, Roger Federer announced that he would enter the 2016 ATP World Tour season with a new-look coaching team, having additionally announced that Stefan Edberg would not be travelling with him next year.
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101. Roger Federer battled Frenchman Gilles Simon in his second Shanghai final, defeating him in two tiebreak sets and collected the 23rd Masters 1000 title of his career.
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