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(fĕd′ər-ər), Roger Born 1981.
Swiss tennis player who has won 18 individual titles in Grand Slam competitions.

Federer

(ˈfɛdərə)
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(Biography) Roger. born 1981, Swiss tennis player: winner of a record seventeen Grand Slam singles titles (2003–12), including seven at Wimbledon and five at the US Open
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