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Federer not the only thriving 30-year-old

Updated: February 28, 2012, 2:23 PM ET
By Sandra Harwitt | Special to ESPN.com

DELRAY BEACH, Fla. -- In most careers, when you've turned 30, you're finally coming into your own and starting to receive some respect.

Not so with sports. As tennis stars start approaching this milestone age, they begin to hear the dreaded questions: When will you retire? How much longer do you want to play?

Today, however, there's a group of 30-and-over players who are not only still in the game but more than holding their own. Proof? Two months have not even gone by on the calendar ...

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