Federer Wants To Be The Oldest Tennis Player

Roger Federer has confirmed his participation in the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament in Rotterdam next week, where he has the chance to become the oldest world No.1 in tennis.

Currently, Federer is just 155 points behind Nadal in the second spot of the ATP rankings after he defended his Australian Open crown with a five-set thrilling victory over Croatia’s Marin Cilic.

Federer termed Rotterdam as a special tournament and remembered that it was one of the first events he played at the top level.

On the other hand, Tournament Director Richard Krajicek could not contain his excitement of having Federer as a last minute entry to the tournament.