Federer cruises past Dimitrov to claim Rotterdam title

(Reuters) - Roger Federer celebrated his return to the top of the world rankings with his second title of the season, swatting aside Grigor Dimitrov 6-2 6-2 in the final of the ABN AMRO World Tournament in Rotterdam on Sunday.

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Former player casts injury doubts on Roger Federer ahead of Rotterdam Open final

Former world number eight Peter Fleming has cast doubts as to whether Roger Federer is 100% fit ahead of his Rotterdam Open final with Grigor Dimitrov.

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Roger Federer looking forward to 'interesting' Rotterdam Open final with Grigor Dimitrov

World number one Roger Federer previews his Rotterdam Open final against Grigor Dimitrov in what he calls an "interesting" match for him.

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'There aren't concepts or words' says Dimitrov talking about Federer's achievements ahead of potential final clash

Roger Federer and Grigor Dimitrov could face each other for the seventh time if they win their respective semi-final clashes at the 2018 Rotterdam Open.

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'I'm not even surprised' Dimitrov explains his perception of Roger Federer ahead of possible matchup

Federer needs to reach the semis in Holland to become the oldest world No 1 in tennis history, beating Andre Agassi to the crown.

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Dimitrov opens up on his injury and future ahead of possible Federer showdown

Dimitrov had a brilliant 2017 campaign, winning the Nitto ATP Finals, which propelled him to a career high third in the rankings.

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