Roger Federer wins Rotterdam Open two days after becoming world No 1

Roger Federer celebrated the regaining of his world No 1 ranking by winning the Rotterdam Open on Sunday.

He glided past Grigor Dimitrov 6-2 6-2 in the final, two days after becoming the oldest player to top the ATP rankings, aged 36.

Federer only needed to reach the tournament’s semi-final to seal a return to the status as world No 1, a record 14 years after he first did so, but completed a historic week by lifting the trophy.

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