How Roger Federer became the ‘King of Tennis’, what he won in 24 years, know here


Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal will play a doubles match on Friday in the Laver Cup and it will also be the last match of Federer’s golden career.



TV9 Bharatvarsh | Edited By: Riya Kasana



Sep 23, 2022, 3:39 PM IST





Tennis star Roger Federer is about to say goodbye to his 24-year career. In the Laver Cup, he will compete with Rafael Nadal in a doubles match and this will be the last match of his career.

Roger Federer informed the fans about his retirement decision by writing a long message on social media.

Roger Federer informed the fans about his retirement decision by writing a long message on social media.

Federer was the first player to win 20 Grand Slams.  He has won the Wimbledon medal the most times in his career, while he has been able to win the French Open only once.

Federer was the first player to win 20 Grand Slams. He has won the Wimbledon medal the most times in his career, while he has been able to win the French Open only once.

Roger Federer won the first Grand Slam of his career in 2003.  At the same time, won the last Grand Slam in the year 2018.

Roger Federer won the first Grand Slam of his career in 2003. At the same time, won the last Grand Slam in the year 2018.

Federer has won 103 singles titles in his career.  Apart from Grand Slam, it also includes the titles of ATP Masters and ATP Finals.

Federer has won 103 singles titles in his career. Apart from Grand Slam, it also includes the titles of ATP Masters and ATP Finals.


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