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LONDON (AP) — Roger Federer says he now is at peace with his choice to retire from professional tennis and plans to close his career with one doubles match at the Laver Cup — perhaps with longtime rival Rafael Nadal by his side.

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Roger Federer said Sunday that he will undergo additional surgery on his troublesome right knee, leaving him unable to compete at the US Open this year. Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic are tied for the most career men’s Grand Slam singles titles at 20 each following Djokovic’s sweep of the first three Grand Slam events this year. Federer, who turned 40 on Aug. 8, said in a video ...

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