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Federer reminds us how great he really is

Is Roger Federer the greatest to play tennis?

It seems hard to argue.

He's won all of the Grand Slams, including Wimbledon seven times after Sunday's four-set win over Andy Murray.

And he's No. 1 in the world again.

Pete Sampras was my favorite  player, but Federer has surpassed him.

Sunday's win, the 17th major for Federer, cemented it.

There's no other way around it.

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