- Roger Federer keeps saying he's still on the comeback trail, but he's covering ground faster than he ever imagined. The Swiss, sidelined much of 2016 with a knee injury, soared to a fifth ATP Indian Wells Masters title on Sunday to go with the 18th Grand Slam crown he claimed at the Australian Open in January. And now that he's back at number six in the world, Federer is reassessing his goals for 2017. "This was not part of the plan, to win Australia and Indian Wells," Federer said after his 6-4, 7-5 victory over fellow Swiss Stan Wawrinka in the Indian Wells final. "The goal was to be top eight by after Wimbledon, so I'm there much, much faster. I will make the plan for the remainder of the season, especially for the clay, after Miami."