Roger Federer of Switzerland reacts after defeating France's Gilles Simon in the men's singles final at the Shanghai Masters 1000 tennis tournament held in the Qizhong Tennis Stadium in Shanghai on October 12, 2014. AFP PHOTO / JOHANNES EISELE
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Life couldn't be better – or more surprising – for Roger Federer as the 33-year-old takes aim at multiple major goals starting with a sixth title at his home Swiss Indoors.Federer also has a decent shot at regaining the world No. 1 ranking, given the right circumstances.In addition to all of those objectives, Federer has the eight-man World Tour Finals in London to concentrate on the week prior to the Davis final.With his crowded schedule, Federer said that he almost opted not to play Shanghai, where he won that Masters 1000 title for the first time less than a fortnight ago over Frenchman Gilles Simon.Federer heads a field where second seed Rafael Nadal is playing for the first time in a decade.
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