Swiss star Roger Federer left the tennis racket, after retiring from the world game, last Friday evening, as he participated alongside Rafael Nadal in the doubles match in the Laver Cup.
Amidst the loud applause from the audience and Federer and Nadal crying together, “Planet Tennis” announced that he had left the courts once and for all as a player he had always toured and achieved many numbers and championships in.
All that Roger Federer has done during his career
The 41-year-old Swiss has a rich history of awards and titles, especially Wimbledon, which won 8 titles, in addition to winning 6 copies of the Australian Open, 5 titles from the US Open, and one title of the French Open.
During his career with the game tennis Maestro Roger Federer has won many titles in 24 years, winning 20 Grand Slam titles, 28 Masters titles, and 6 Masters Cups.
Federer has been at the top of the world rankings for nearly 310 weeks, winning 103 titles in total.
In addition to the above, Roger Federer won 20 Grand Slam titles, we review them in order:
2003 Wimbledon Australia
2004 Australian Open
2004 US Open
2005 US Open
2006 Australian Open
2006 US Open
2007 Australian Open
2007 US Open
2008 US Open
2009 Roland Garros
2010 Australian Open
2017 Australian Open
2018 Australian Open
2019 Australian Open
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