ATP - Roger Federer a eu 41 ans :

Roger Federer turns 41: ‘You know you grow up when…’

ATP - Roger Federer Turns 41:


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August 8 is a special day on the ATP Tour. Celebrating the birthday of her best ambassador, Roger Federer, who turns 41 on Monday. “You know you’re getting old when candles cost more than a cake,He wrote on his networks.Thank you for all those wonderful Christmas wishes. The maestro plans to return to the courts within wash the cup In September before going to Switzerland a month later to participate in a tournament intrepid. Smooth recovery ahead of a possible final round in 2023. Last appeared in Wimbledon In 2021, the Swiss were officially exited from the ATP rankings, 25 years after their entry. So the man with 20 Grand Slam titles knows time is running out. Off the field, he says he’s ready to retire when the time comes. Until then, let’s enjoy him and every minute he spends on the tennis court…

When Roger Federer won 5 US Opens in a row

Some Roger Federer records…

If his exploits are known to all, then it is good to remember some of them at a time when the Swiss was only third in the sacred hierarchy of the number of major tournaments. Federer will remain the first player to surpass the 20 major points he has won. He is also the only one to have won at least five titles in three different Grand Slam tournaments. His tenure between 2004 and 2008 is incomparable. He has won five consecutive US Championships and six Grand Slam championships in seven consecutive editions. He reached ten consecutive finals during this period, a record. He also ranked first in the ATP rankings for the longest time with 310 weeks, a record that was broken Novak Djokovic.

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