Audio | Federer Back To World No.1
I popped in to 2FM's Game On to talk about the Swiss's achievement
By Stephen Higgins | 19 February 2018
In defeating Robin Haase in the quarter-finals of Rotterdam, Roger Federer guaranteed that he would become the new world no.1 the following week.
On Monday, after clinching the title the previous day, the 20-time major winner returned to the top spot for the first time in over five years.
Federer is now the oldest world no.1 in ATP history, a moniker he no doubt loves!
I was invited in to 2FM's sports show Game On on Monday evening to give my thoughts on the feat. Have a listen on the player below.