Roger Federer — Getty ImagesRoger Federer is no young man anymore. That isn't news to anyone. He's 32, ancient in most tennis circles, and hasn't made a Grand Slam final since his win at Wimbledon in 2012.
Anytime Federer goes up against these great players it seems that his ability to push people around with his groundstrokes is lost, and eventually the younger names can take care of Federer the longer they hang around.
It seemed like Federer needed a new plan heading into 2014 if he really wanted another chance at not only an 18th Grand Slam, but just a solid year that wouldn't push him closer and closer to retirement.
On Friday in Dubai, Federer got just that, and it wasn't just because his opponent was struggling with his game. Federer took down Novak Djokovic 3-6, 6-3, 6-2, his first ever win against Djokovic after dropping the first set and first win against him since the 2012 World Masters in Cincinnati.
The reason was simple; Federer decided to change up his strategy against the No. 2 player in the world,Read More »from Roger Federer turns back the clock with win over Novak Djokovic in Dubai