Tennis

Federer could become oldest world No. 1 in Holland

Roger Federer, 36, has announced that he will play in next week's ATP event in Rotterdam, where a semi-final run would make him the oldest-ever world No. 1. He is just 155 points behind top-ranked Rafael Nadal.

American Andre Agassi holds the record as the oldest top-ranked men's player in history, achieving the feat aged 33 years and 131 days in 2003. - AFP

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