Federer denies reports of serious foot injury
LONDON -- World No. 1 Roger Federer says winning the season-ending Masters Cup is his 2005 priority after claiming the Wimbledon title for the third year running.
Speaking to Swiss agency ATS from his holiday, Federer denied media reports he was suffering serious foot problems.
He said he would travel to this month's U.S. Open, where he will attempt to defend his title, without coach Tony Roche who would rejoin him for the Masters Cup in Shanghai in November.
"I have got lots ...
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