Tennis great Roger Federer Tennis great Roger Federer
Big names like Pete Sampras, Boris Becker, Andre Agassi, Novak Djokovic, Roddick, Andy Murray, Rafael Nadal etc are on the world tennis map but tennis star Roger was the No.1 owner in the world ranking for 310 weeks. Federer has surely enthralled the tennis lovers across the world with his magical tennis game. Establishing his kingdom in the world of tennis, where he has his name in gold letters in tennis diaries all over the world, he has also fulfilled his parents’ dream by being nominated as the star player of the world tennis. Not only this, from 2003 to 2010, he has not only made his rule in world tennis, but has also achieved the position, which is every player’s dream. His name is shining like a pole star in the tennis sky.
started at the age of four
Roger Federer was born on 8 August 1981. His parents worked in a chemical factory. Who loved to play and watch tennis. Therefore, both wanted their only son, Roger Federer, a tennis player, to be nominated. At the age of four, he went to practice on the tennis court for the first time with his mother Lynette Federer. This was the time when he saw Boris Becker becoming the champion on TV. After this, the spark started burning in him to become a tennis player like Boris Becker. During training, when he lost to his opponents, he would often cry out loud or sometimes slam his racket on the ground. Once at the age of 8, when he lost 6-0, 6-0 to his opponent, he broke his racket in anger. During this his father was present there. His father had warned him that if he behaved like this after losing in court, he would never come to see his match. His father’s warning had such an effect on him that after that he got used to winning and losing easily. He also got a taste of playing the role of a ‘ball boy’ on the court during the Swiss Indoor Tennis Tournament in his hometown of Basel for two years. Apart from tennis, he also played football. His parents started sending him to his hometown Bajal FC to play football but there came a time when he had to choose between tennis or football as a career. Finally, after consulting his parents and teacher, he decided to play on the tennis court. One had to choose between tennis or football to make it. Finally, after consulting his parents and teacher, he decided to play on the tennis court. One had to choose between tennis or football to make it. Finally, after consulting his parents and teacher, he decided to play on the tennis court.
a global reputation
In 1998, Roger Federer won the Wimbledon Grand Slam in junior singles tennis. In the same year, he played in the final of the US Open at junior level, finished runner-up and reached the semi-finals of the Australian Open. In junior singles, he registered 78 wins, losing 20 matches. In the junior singles category too, he captured the number-1 ranking twice. Similarly, in the junior doubles category, he won the title in 36 matches for his team, while in 21 matches Federer and the pair had to face two-four defeats. In 1998 in the junior doubles category, Federer and Jotidar won the title at Wimbledon, while also earning the right to play the semi-finals at the Australian Open event. In the same year, Federer’s pair was ranked number-7 in the doubles category. His sporting journey of historic tennis victories also includes the Davis Cup singles title in 2014. Apart from this, in 2001, 2018 and 2019, he also won the singles title of Hopman Tennis Cup thrice. He won gold medal in double category at Beijing Olympics 2008, silver medal in single category at London 2012 Olympics.
Roger Federer’s journey in world tennis from 2003 to 2010 was full of victories. Meanwhile, he did not even allow his opponents to cough in the court. In 2003, he began his series of Grand Slam victories in the singles category by winning the Wimbledon title. This year he won 7 tournaments. The year 2004 was full of Grand Slam victories for him, during which he won the Australian Open, US Open and Wimbledon titles in the singles category, but the French Open victory was still far away. In 2005, he won 11 matches, thereby retaining his number-1 ranking in world tennis. This year, he lost the Australian Open final and was nominated as runner-up, but won two singles Grand Slams, winning the Wimbledon and US Open titles. In the year 2006, he continued to hold on to the No. 1 ranking by winning emphatic victories at the Australian, Wimbledon and US Open. This year, he took the court to play 17 singles matches, of which he earned the right to be champion in 12 tournaments. In 2007, she won consecutive championships at the US Open, Australian Open and Wimbledon tennis, but even after entering the finals of the French Open, her wait to win the Grand Slam got longer. This year he won 8 finals.
faced ups and downs
In 2009, Roger Federer earned the right to play in all four Grand Slam title matches due to the rhythm of the game on the court, but in the meantime, he broke the French Open winning drought and went on to win the title. of the French Open and Wimbledon. But his dream of winning four Grand Slams in one season was shattered by defeats at the US and Australian Open, but despite this, he managed to achieve the No. 1 ranking for the 5th time. The year 2010 proved to be very bad for him. This year he only had to settle for the Australian Open title, while the French Open, he failed to play in the finals of the US Open and Wimbledon. Meanwhile, his ranking slipped to number-2. In 2011, he was knocked out in the final of the French Open, but winning a second Grand Slam at the French Open remained elusive, while he was cut four times to play in the final of the French Open. In 2012 also, he had to win the only Grand Slam at Wimbledon. The year 2013 proved to be completely devoid of victories for them, while in 2014 they could only be nominated as runners-up despite knocking on the play rate in the final of the Wimbledon competition. In 2015, he flew to play in the finals of the US Open and Wimbledon competitions, but was able to travel to finish runner-up due to a tennis court shaking from his opponent. Federer, who played all four Grand Slams in 2016, could not show any charisma on the tennis court, but in 2017 he made a good comeback and won Wimbledon’s 8th Grand Slam in his career and the Australian Open. The charisma of winning the 5th Grand Slam created panic in the tennis world. Like a wounded lion, he won the last Grand Slam of his career, the Australian Open in 2018, and went on to take the number of Grand Slam titles he won to 20. After this, Roger Federer, who never gave up after this, definitely raised hopes of winning the Wimbledon title once in 2019, but he had to be patient as the runner-up.
achieved a milestone
World tennis legend Roger Federer has proved true to his teachers, parents, friends and his favorite tennis lovers that he has done his job. Now is the time for future tennis players to test whether they surpass the 20 Grand Slams won by Roger Federer or Federer will sit in the audience gallery and take pride in the tennis victories of his career. He holds the record of winning the Wimbledon title 8 times.
The Labor Tennis Cup in London is his last ATP tournament, which is going to start on 24 September. After the Labor Cup, he announced that he would no longer play Grand Slam and ATP tournaments while continuing to play exhibition tennis matches. He stopped his racket at the age of 41 by playing more than 1500 matches in a tennis career spanning 24 years. Taking leave from the court, he said that he was thankful to all those who helped the ‘ball-boy’ in every possible way to fulfill his dreams of playing tennis. He said that what he has achieved during his years of playing tennis is absolutely amazing, which he could never have imagined.
He said that I have played more than 1500 matches in my career of 24 years. He never thought that he would achieve this position in the world of tennis. Now I am 41 years old, so he is well aware of his body fitness. Although saying goodbye to the tennis court is a difficult decision, there are many fond memories to commemorate the days of tennis. Meanwhile, Federer thanked his wife Mirka for always supporting her like a shadow. Mirka has supported her while watching the match during her 8-month pregnancy. He jokingly said that thank you to all the opposing players who have tolerated his stupidity for 21 years. He thanked the Swiss Tennis Association, who asked for opportunities to play for him. At last he told his parents,
lost the first contest
The highlight of Roger Federer’s career is that this player, who raised the flag of victory in the junior category, started his tennis career at the professional level in 1998, but unfortunately he lost the first match of his career at the Rado Open. Due to the encouragement given by trainer Ivan, he overcame all odds by winning the Milan Open played in 2001. In the same year he reached the quarterfinals of the French Open. With this quantum jump, he joined the club of top 15 tennis players in the world rankings.
Legendary players had to face
Roger Federer had to compete against world stalwarts Pete Sampras, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Andre Agassi, Wawrinka and Andy Murray on the court to build an illustrious career in world tennis, after which he won 8 Wimbledon tennis Grand Slams. – 4 times Australian Open won 6 Grand Slam and runner-up once, US Open 5 Grand Slam winner and twice runner-up and French Open lone Grand Slam 4 runner-up. In the year 2001, in the opening Grand Slam competition of his tennis career, he defeated world number 1 tennis player, American player Pete Sampras in a match that lasted for 5 sets. After this match, Pete Sampras commented on Roger Federer and said that this young man has the full potential of tennis. Which will surely create new world in world tennis because of its opening year after year. The great American tennis player Jimmy Connors once said after watching many of his matches that some players specialize in hard courts, some on grass courts and some on clay courts, but only one Roger Federer is world tennis. All three on their opponents on the tennis court.