Game Point: All-Roger Federer edition

Chris Chase
Busted Racquet

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Love -- Roger Federer won the 72nd tournament of his career this weekend, defeating Andy Murray in the finals of Dubai, 7-5, 6-4. It was the 30-year-old's fifth title in his last seven tournaments and put further distance between he and Murray for the No. 3 ranking.

15 -- Federer's 72 tournament titles are fourth all time, behind Jimmy Connors (109), Ivan Lendl (94) and John McEnroe (77). Federer has the most hard court titles (50) and grass court title (11) of any player in history.

30 -- Andy Murray says Federer could be No. 1 if more tournaments were played on faster courts rather than the slower surfaces that are favored by tournament officials. "I think that the indoor season and the surfaces like this one, I mean, if there were more tournaments on these courts, I think [Federer] could definitely be No. 1 in the world for the next few years," Murray said. "It really suits his game well. Just so many of the courts are so slow now."

40 -- Federer plays Monday night in a New York exhibition against Andy Roddick. It begins at 7 p.m. ET with Caroline Wozniacki facing Maria Sharapova.

Game -- While killing some time in Manhattan, Federer visited his display at the city's Niketown store. He's wearing a Yankees hat, which makes perfect sense.

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