Roger Federer: 5 Reasons His ATP World Tour Finals Play Means He's Back

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Roger Federer: 5 Reasons His ATP World Tour Finals Play Means He's Back
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Whether motivated by his inability to win a Grand Slam title for the first time since 2002, feeling slighted by critics who have said he is over the hill or playing with renewed sense of confidence, Roger Federer is on fire and once more taking the ATP by storm.

Playing at the top of his game, Federer has been flawless over the past few months recording a perfect 12-0 record and two titles since his semifinals defeat against world No. 1 Novak Djokovic

As he continues his recent dominance at the ATP World Tour Finals, tennis fans are once against salivating at the possibility of another great season ahead for one of the game's greatest champions to ever play.

Here are five reasons why Federer shouldn't be discounted and will be back in the Grand Slam mix in 2012. 

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