Re: Will Federer become number 1 again?
No, doesn't look like it, but it's not a total non-chance. His life and priorities have changed, and he is 29 years old. It's hard to keep that spirit, focus and determination on such a high level forever, especially since he's already won almost everything and he has children and a family life now. He's done well to hang on as long as he has. But he still has game left. It depends how much he will go for it and also, if Rafa and Nole can stay healthy long enough to remain where they are.