“The real No. 1, we know who that is,” Federer said, referring to Djokovic. “I don’t think there should be any debate around that. The rankings is something that shows you how you’ve played over a 365-day period. OK, it might all change again in two months at the Australian Open.”
Federer also spoke about doping tests, saying he has been tested less frequently in recent years.
He said he would welcome more.
“I don’t like it when I’m only getting tested, whatever number it is, which I don’t think is enough, sufficient during the year. So I think we should up it a little bit,” Federer said. “I think it’s key and vital the sport stays clean. It’s got to.”
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