Federer has had a relatively injury-free career.
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Seventeen-time Grand Slam winner Roger Federer underwent "successful" surgery on his knee Wednesday and will be ruled out of action for one month, his agent said.Federer underwent the surgery to repair a torn meniscus sustained the day after his semifinal match at the Australian Open, according to Tony Godsick. As a result of the surgery, Federer will now miss the ATP tournaments in Rotterdam and Dubai this month.Federer hasn't beaten the runaway world No. 1 at a major since the Wimbledon semifinals in 2012, when he last won a Grand Slam title.
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