17-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer hopes to give tough challenge to his rival World No.1 Novak Djokovic in 2013 season, where both the players are expecting to fight for No. 1 spot in ATP Rankings.
Former World No. 1 Roger Federer is going to return back to top form for the upcoming ATP Tournament at the 2013 ABN AMRO World Tennis, which will begin this month on indoor hard courts in UAE. Federer is likely to be seeded as No. 2 ahead of the Novak Djokovic as No. 2 at the 2013 ABN AMRO World Tennis tournament.
31-year-old Federer, who has lost 2013 Australian Open semi finals to his rival World No. 3 Andy Murray in thrilling five sets, he will be working hard in training session along with his coach Paul Annacone on his weapons. Swiss legend has been standing at No. 2 place with 10,265 points, while Djokovic grabs No 1 place with 12920 points in ATP Rankings. Swiss legend is trailing by 2655 points to Djokovic top spot and he is eyeing to show best performance in the upcoming tournaments.
Meanwhile, World No. 3 Andy Murray has been playing best tennis of his career and he is having ability to stun Federer on the ATP Tour Scot needs to play consistent tennis to clinch more ATP Tour titles including Grand Slams.