Roger Retires 

20-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer on September 15 (Thursday) announced his retirement from competitive tennis at the age of 41. 

Laver Cup 

The next week's Laver Cup (September 23-25) in London will be Federer's final ATP event. Let's take a look at some mind-boggling numbers behind the Swiss Maestro's career. 

Federer turned pro in 1998 at the age of 16 and in the last 15 years on tour, he completely revolutionalised the sport. 


Federer has until now played 1,526 matches on the ATP Tour and his win-loss record of 1251-275 is stunning and unrivaled. 


Federer is the only player in history to win more than 100 titles on the Tour. He has won 103 titles in his glittering career. 


Federer became the first player to win 20 Grand Slams and his win-loss record of 369-60 is extraordinary. No other player has even won 350 matches at the Majors. 

Grand Slams

Out of Federer's 20 Grand Slam titles, eight have been Wimbledon (most by any male tennis player), six Australian Open glory, five US Open crowns and one French Open title.

King of Grass 

Out of his 103 titles, Federer has won 28 ATP Masters 1000 titles and has a win-loss record of 381-108. 

ATP Masters 1000 

Federer has a win-loss record of 783-155 on hard court, 226-71 on clay, 192-29 on grass and 50-20 on the carpet. 


Federer has the record of 237 consecutive weeks at No. 1. Novak Djokovic recently overhauled Federer's mark of most weeks at No.1. 

World No.1 

One of the greatest rivalries in sport saw Federer and Rafael Nadal compete in 40 matches. The Swiss Maestro won 16 matches against the Spaniard. 

vs Nadal 

Federer competed against Novak Djokovic on 50 occasions. He won 23 of those fixtures while the Serbian emerged triumphant in 27 matches. 

vs Djokovic 

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