LONDON (AP) — Roger Federer has set himself a target of reaching at least 20 Grand Slam titles before he retires.
The 29-year-old Swiss took his tally to 16 with a victory at the Australian Open earlier this year, but he failed to get beyond the quarterfinals at either the French Open or Wimbledon and has dropped to No. 3 in the world rankings, his lowest position since November 2003.
However, despite his recent form, Federer told the BBC that winning 20 majors is "is something doable for me."
Federer, who is regarded by many as the greatest player ever, overtook Pete Sampras' record of 14 major titles in 2009 by winning the French Open and became only the sixth man in history to win a career Grand Slam.
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Voters may have the opportunity to decide on the future of San Diego's hotel tax. The city council Monday discussed whether Mayor Faulconer's proposed measure should appear on the ballot in a special election in November.
It was the discovery of a lifetime for two local men who stumbled across a 1920's Model T left behind in a barn.
Now you can enjoy your favorite McDonald's food without leaving your home or office.
San Diego County is the latest market to try the UberEATS app for McDonald's.
News 8's Steve Price reported on how it works.
The Gate Fire, which has burned about 2,056 acres northwest of Dulzura, was 75 percent contained Monday. Cal Fire also reported that all evacuation orders and warnings were lifted in the fire area.
Dramatic video of a sea lion snatching a little girl off a dock and dragging her into the water is gaining national attention.
Traffic this week could be delayed around Torrey Pines State Beach as workers are in high gear to get repairs done before Memorial Day weekend.
A fire that charred a garage, a fence and a little more than five acres of brush in Escondido was sparked by someone using a hand grinder on a vehicle near dry grass, authorities said.
Dense fog blanketed San Diego County Monday during the early morning hours. The sun was expected to break through between 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m.