- Chris sobey
The greatest tennis player of all time Roger Federer continued his remarkable comeback yesterday at the age of 35 to win a record equalling fifth Indian Wells title beating compatriot Stan Wawrinka 6-4 7-5 in the final. The win landed Federer is 90th ATP Tour level and 25th Masters 1000 Series titles and he now has a commanding lead in the Emirates ATP race to London. He will now rise to number six in the world rankings and If is body and fitness holds out there it is quite possible he could reclaim the number one ranking by the end of the season with Murray and Djokovic struggling.
The ATP Tour now moves to Miami for the second Masters 1000 Series tournament of the season, which commences on Thursday, and the event will be missing world number one and two Andy Murray and defending champion Novak Djokovic who both have right elbow injuries.