Roger Federer, when can he be No.1 again?

@kevinll (967)
July 1, 2010 12:33am CST
Top seed Roger Federer was ousted from the men's singles quarterfinals at the Wimbledon Championships by Tomas Berdych from Czech.The world No. 2 Swiss insisted that he was not in his best form due to injuries. It is not easy season for him. He just lost No.1 on French Open. He and many fans look forward to going back No.1 on Wimbledon. However we have to wait. When?
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@MegiMK (266)
• Canada
28 Dec 10
I have a strong feeling will never return to the nuber 1 spot in the ATP ranking. But who knows, Rafa Nadal is defending a ton of points from Monte Carlo onwards. If he slips here and there, he might be dropping down the ranking like a stone. That's one of the negatives of having such a good year, you have a lot to defend the following season.
@ram_cv (16516)
• India
2 Jul 10
Since the lung infection he suffered after the Aussie Open, Federer has not been himself. He lost in the quarters in the French and at the Wimbledon and has not won a tournament since. I think he needs to take some time out of the game and get back to full fitness. Then I think he should be back at the US Open to defend his title. Cheers! Ram
• Philippines
2 Jul 10
as long as he keeps playing at his best, he can be No.1 again i bet
@stealthy (8188)
• United States
1 Jul 10
I hope not since I'm not a fan of his. But I'm not a fan of Nadal either. So I am ready for someone else to be No. 1.
1 Jul 10
I think it will happen again, but he has lost his midas touch. I just think perhaps he is passed his peak and that is great news for other players who wish to climd up the ranks. I also tink him loosing makes for a much more interesting conclusion to Wimbledon this year, rather then it being predictable.