Switzerland's Roger Federer celebrates beating Croatia's Marin Cilic in their men's singles final match on day 14 of the Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne on January 28, 2018. AFP / Paul Crock
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Roger Federer continued to rewrite his remarkable script with what was previously thought an unattainable 20th Grand Slam title Sunday, and he appears to have no plans to slow down any time soon.A fit and healthy Federer chalking up yet another major title coincided with his longtime rivals, Rafael Nadal, Djokovic, Stan Wawrinka and Andy Murray, beginning the year with injury concerns.Only three women – Steffi Graf (22), Serena Williams (23), and Margaret Court (24) – have been crowned champion at more Slams.Federer, who spent a record 302 weeks at No. 1 and was inside the top 10 from 2002 until 2015, saw his ranking slide to 17 – his lowest since 2001 – after he spent six months out in 2016 with a knee injury.But it has been all upside since last year's classic five-set final win over Nadal at the Australian Open.
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