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Roger Federer Lands In Melbourne For Australian Open

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Roger Federer Lands In Melbourne For Australian Open

Roger Federer Lands In Melbourne For Australian Open

Roger Federer arrived in Melbourne on Sunday in a private jet.

Business Insider reports the athlete will compete in the Australian Open this month, which he has won six times in the past.

Federer helped Switzerland retain the Hopman Cup this week, which CNN described as "the perfect preparation for the Australian Open." The 20-time Grand Slam champion described "the whole match and the whole week" as one big "thrill.

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Roger Federer Lands In Melbourne For Australian Open

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