2012 London Olympics: Federer and Djokovic Talk up Gold Medal Hopes
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2012 London Olympics: Federer and Djokovic Talk up Gold Medal Hopes

Niš : Serbia | Jul 28, 2012 at 6:14 AM PDT
Source: International Business Times
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However, the 30 year old veteran has stressed he understands there is a fine line between winning and losing and although he will go into the London Games full of confidence after having secured a record-extending 17th Grand Slam title earlier in the month, he was not taking anything for granted. FULL ARTICLE AT International Business Times
 
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