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Roger Federer retires-End of an era in tennis

Roger Federer retired: End of an era in tennis


International acclaimed Switzerland-born tennis player Roger Federer has developed a growing reputation regarding his capability in tennis and sportsmanship. Roger Federer began his playing career at the age of 8 years old, becoming the junior champion at the age of 14 years. Winning the Wimbledon singles championship, Federer made his career debut in the David Cup Swiss team, strongly finishing that season among the world’s top 100 tennis players. In the 2000 Olympics Games held in Sydney, Roger Federer won the bronze medal defeating Pete Sampras to secure a place in the quarterfinals. Roger Federer was ranked number 6 in the world tennis player by the End of 2002, winnings his first grand slam tournament the following year. In 2004 Fevered defended his Wimbledon title, securing a record in the U.S Open and the Australian Open.

Roger Feder in U.S Open

Roger Federer : Style of play

Roger Federer is a gifted and technical shortmaker popularly known for his forehand attributes to win points. Roger analyses his opponent’s backhand and recognises weakness in serving to get in any takeaways. Federer’s strength regarding the ball swinging capabilities and hitting the ball at the opponent’s weakest zone helped him win many accolades during a pint tie. Roger Federer’s strategy has developed him as the most dominant and repeat figure in the world of tennis and sportsmanship in 22 major tournaments from 2004 to 2006, with remarkable performance in the U.S Open. Federer maintained a winning record of 24 finals from 2003 to 2005, becoming the most popular sportsman during that time. Roger Feder’s dominance continues in 2006 winning the two major tournaments and reaching the French Open final defeated by Rafael Nadal of Spain. From 2008 to 2001, Federer recorded over 200 major winnings, including his tally to win the men’s’ double gold medal in 2008 in the Beijing Games. In January 2010 Federer won the Australian Open in a thrilling contest defeating Andy Murry of Great Britain, winning his seventh career Wimbledon title including a silver medal to his number in the London Olympics. Federer still managed to highlight his career by

Roger Federer Retirement From Tennis

Feder has undoubtedly become the most dominating and idolised player, having won more than 100 major topics during his entire playing career. Similar to his on-field prowess Federer has gained immense love and popularity as a true sportsman irrespective of various challenges and encountered various expeditions to become one of the most successful tennis players. In addition, Federer’s achievements and accolades stretched further than numeric, and his grace of approach and movements make him look unique and special. Playing more than 1500 matches and 24 years of service to tennis Roger Federer retired on 15 September 2022 at the age of 41 years with a remarkable career to be cherished.  

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