Roger Federer, one of the greatest men’s tennis players of all time, has made the decision to retire from the Grand Slam and ATP tours. Federer announced on September 15 that he was giving up competitive tennis. The Laver Cup was Federer’s final ATP competition.
In his retirement announcement, Federer thanked his supporters and competitors for helping him along the way and stated that, at 41, he feels the time has come to hang up the racquet.
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He holds the record for the most Wimbledon victories with eight, along with six Australian Open, one French Open, and five US Open victories. His net worth was estimated to be $450 million in 2019. Due to Federer brand’s strong cash-register recognition, he signed a 10-year, $300 million contract with the clothing retailer Uniqlo in 2018.
Rivals Rafael Nadal (22) and Novak Djokovic (21) have surpassed him with more Grand Slam victories than he has (20), but many still regard him as the greatest male tennis player of all time.
In order to assist underprivileged kids and advance their access to education, he founded the Federer Foundation in 2003.
Talking about his family, the 41-year-old married Mirka, a professional tennis player. Federer and she first met at the Summer Olympics in 2000. Due to a foot injury, Mirka ended her professional tennis career in 2002. Myla Rose and Charlene Federer, Mirka and Roger’s identical twin daughters, were born the same year they got married. Myla and Charlene, who were born on July 23, 2009, are now ten years old.