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Tennis champ Roger Federer at the age of 36, becomes oldest number one

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(G.N.S) Dt. 17 Rotterdam Federer surpasses Agassi as the oldest man to claim the world number one spot. Agassi held the top spot aged 33 years and 131 days in 2003. Federer is back on top after winning three majors in 13 months, including another Australian Open in January. Roger Federer became the oldest world number one on Friday when the 20-time Grand Slam title winner reached the semi-finals of

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