After successfully defending his Australian Open title last month, the 20-time grand slam winner regained the No. 1 ranking for the fourth time in his long career when he beat Dutchman Robin Haase, 4-6, 6-1, 6-1 in the quarterfinals of the ABN Amro World Tennis Tournament in Rotterdam, the Netherlands on Friday to replace rafel nadal as world number one
Reaching No. 1 is one, if not the ultimate achievement in our sport,” Federer said, who first rose to the No. 1 ranking 14 years ago. “When you are older, you feel like you have to put double the work in, so this one maybe means the most to me throughout my career , and doing it right here, at 36, and almost 37 years old, is an absolute dream come true. I can’t believe it.”
There is no stopping for the 36 years old veteran