|23/01/18||M Martinez Sanchez & M Demoliner||Australian Open||R2||Lost|
|22/01/18||L Chan & A Hlavackova||Australian Open||R3||Lost|
|21/01/18||Z Yang & A Qureshi||Australian Open||R1||Won|
|19/01/18||M Krajicek & A Kudryavtseva||Australian Open||R2||Won|
|17/01/18||L Robson & C Vandeweghe||Australian Open||R1||Won|
|09/09/17||M Hingis & J Murray||US Open||F||Lost|
The stats behind Federer's success
Sky Sports have been delving in the archive books and crunching the numbers in order to find out the secret of Roger Federer's success.
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Federer's career in numbers
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