The battle for No. 1 is now red hot. With his record eighth Wimbledon title on Sunday, Roger Federer greatly improved of chances of returning to World No. 1 later this year after celebrating his fifth tour-level title of the season at SW19.
On Monday, when the new Emirates ATP Rankings are released, Federer will climb to No. 3, the first time he's been inside the Top 3 in almost 11 months. The Swiss slipped from No. 3 to No. 4 on 22 August last year and, after missing the remainder of the season...
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