Friday, December, 09,2022

A look at tennis legend Roger Federer's career in pictures

Source: Tennis legend Roger Federer announced that he will retire after the Laver Cup which is scheduled to be played in London from September 23. He has claimed 103 titles, second only to Jimmy Connors'. Let's have a look at his illustrious career through his pictures. Source: ANI

Roger Federer: The Swiss player made his ATP debut at the 1998 Swiss Open Gstaad after he captured the Wimbledon junior singles championship in the same year.

Roger Federer: The Swiss player made his ATP debut at the 1998 Swiss Open Gstaad after he captured the Wimbledon junior singles championship in the same year.

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Federer won his maiden major at Wimbledon: Roger Federer won his first Grand Slam title at the 2003 Wimbledon Championships, after defeating Mark Philippoussis in an intense final

Federer won his maiden major at Wimbledon: Roger Federer won his first Grand Slam title at the 2003 Wimbledon Championships, after defeating Mark Philippoussis in an intense final

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Roger sporting blonde: The legend did not shy away from experimenting with his looks and sported blonde hair early in his career.

Roger sporting blonde: The legend did not shy away from experimenting with his looks and sported blonde hair early in his career.

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Swiss Rockstar: The star tennis player is known to be the calmest, most composed, and most disciplined athlete to have walked the tennis court. Roger however in his early days enjoyed the spotlight with charm.

Swiss Rockstar: The star tennis player is known to be the calmest, most composed, and most disciplined athlete to have walked the tennis court. Roger however in his early days enjoyed the spotlight with charm.

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Maiden Australian Open: Roger Federer won his first Australian Open crown, his second career major singles title in 2004 and became the World No. 1 for the first time in style with a 7-6 (3), 6-4, 6-2 win over Marat Safin in the men’s singles final at the Australian Open.

Maiden Australian Open: Roger Federer won his first Australian Open crown, his second career major singles title in 2004 and became the World No. 1 for the first time in style with a 7-6 (3), 6-4, 6-2 win over Marat Safin in the men’s singles final at the Australian Open.

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First US Open: Roger Federer won his first U.S. Open in 2004. It wasn't really a tennis match at all. Roger Federer overcame a man who never quits, Lleyton Hewitt, to win his maiden US Open grand slam title.

First US Open: Roger Federer won his first U.S. Open in 2004. It wasn't really a tennis match at all. Roger Federer overcame a man who never quits, Lleyton Hewitt, to win his maiden US Open grand slam title.

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Only French Open title: Federer defeated Robin Söderling, in the fourth round, in the final, 6–1, 7–6(7–1), 6–4 to win his first-ever and only French Open title in 2009.

Only French Open title: Federer defeated Robin Söderling, in the fourth round, in the final, 6–1, 7–6(7–1), 6–4 to win his first-ever and only French Open title in 2009.

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Cricket Connection: Trying his hands at cricket. The legend is touted to have a close relationship with master blaster Sachin Tendulkar and has always been keen on other sports as well.

Cricket Connection: Trying his hands at cricket. The legend is touted to have a close relationship with master blaster Sachin Tendulkar and has always been keen on other sports as well.

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Football Fanatic: Roger showed great admiration for all sports and had child-like enthusiasm to try and play other sports as well.

Football Fanatic: Roger showed great admiration for all sports and had child-like enthusiasm to try and play other sports as well.

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Federer draws curtains: Roger announced his retirement on Thursday, thanking all the people who have been a part of his journey.   The tennis legend will play his last tournament in the Laver Cup that is scheduled to be played in London from September 23.

Federer draws curtains: Roger announced his retirement on Thursday, thanking all the people who have been a part of his journey. The tennis legend will play his last tournament in the Laver Cup that is scheduled to be played in London from September 23.

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