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In tennis, reaching the age of 30 is often thought to spell the death knell of ambition, but try telling that to Swiss maestro Roger Federer.

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The man who revived Roger Federerupdated: Tue Jan 04 2011 08:38:00

By his own incredibly high standards, 2010 was not a vintage year for 16-time grand slam champion Roger Federer. Bruce Jenkins: Ten things I'd like to see as the 2011 tennis season kicks offupdated: Mon Jan 03 2011 13:00:00

Ten things I'd like to see as the 2011 tennis year unfolds: Jon Wertheim: Looking back on 2010, equal prize money chatter, more mailupdated: Wed Dec 01 2010 14:32:00

On the road this week, but back next week with our annual Baggie Awards. Bruce Jenkins: Federer hasn't regressed so much as contenders have caught upupdated: Tue Aug 17 2010 14:12:00

It was one of the great shots of the year. It was the kind of shot that, not so long ago, had the likes of Rod Laver and John McEnroe calling Roger Federer the best they'd ever seen. The Rogers Cup title was on the line, between rainstorms in Toronto on Sunday night, so it couldn't have come at a better time. Jon Wertheim: Federer's new coach, how Fish cut weight, more mailupdated: Wed Jul 28 2010 12:38:00

Hi, everyone. Two housekeeping notes:

Federer to link up with coach Annaconeupdated: Tue Jul 27 2010 16:31:00

Roger Federer has decided to employ the services of top coach Paul Annacone as he attempts to rediscover his form ahead of the final grand slam of the season, the U.S. Open, in September. Justin Gimelstob: Could a new coach make No. 1 Federer even better?updated: Mon Aug 27 2007 02:30:00

NEW YORK -- Does the greatest tennis player in the world need the help of a coach to get even better? Justin Gimelstob: Sights and sounds during the pre-French Open lullupdated: Thu May 24 2007 23:18:00

PARIS -- The French Open is undoubtedly the toughest Grand Slam of the year for me. The clay-court surface is like kryptonite for most Americans.

Annacone joins LTA coaching staffupdated: Thu Nov 30 2006 14:57:00

Paul Annacone, who is trying to revive Tim Henman's career, is joining the Lawn Tennis Association to coach Britain's top men players.

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