Roger Federer of Switzerland celebrates after victory against Grigor Dimitrov of Bulgaria during their men's singles final for the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament in Rotterdam on February 18, 2018.
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Roger Federer came to the ABN AMRO World Tournament aiming to secure a return to the top of the world rankings.Federer's third title at the Rotterdam tournament comes a day before he officially returns to the top of the rankings, more than five years after he was last world No. 1 .Federer said ahead of the final that the more aggressive player would win and Dimitrov started the strongest, winning his first game to love as he slammed powerful forehands and backhands past Federer.Federer broke Dimitrov again to go up 5-2 and then served out the set.
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