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Federer Becomes Oldest World No 1 in History After Victory in Rotterdam.

Short by: PAWANRAJ 

Swiss ace Roger Federer defeated his Dutch opponent Robin Haase at Rotterdam's ABN Amro World Tennis Tournament to become the oldest world number one. According to the Sky Sports, the twenty-time Grand Slam champion secured his spot in the history books and the last four of the tournament with a 4-6 6-1 6-1 victory against Haase.
The 36-year-old became the oldest No. 1 male player, surpassing eight-time Grand Slam winner Andre Agassi, who holds the record at 33 years since September 2003.

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