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Roger Federer, born 8 August 1981 in Basel, is a Swiss tennis player.
A professional player since 1998, Roger Federer holds the record of 302 weeks (5 years and 9 months and a half) placed first in the ATP World Tour world rankings, as well as the men's record of 18 wins in Grand Slam tournaments .
He finished the calendar year in first place worldwide five times (in 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2009).
Roger Federer has won 92 titles, including 24 major tournaments and 26 Masters 1000. His double Roland-Garros-Wimbledon in 2009 allowed him to make the Grand Slam in career on five different surfaces. A two-time gold medalist with Stanislas Wawrinka at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games and then Olympic single career champion in London in 2012, he won the Wimbledon tournament a few weeks earlier, equaling in the Open era Of tennis, the record of seven coronations in London previously held by Pete Sampras.
Roger Federer is the only player in tennis history to have won at least five times three Grand Slam tournaments (the Australian Open, the Wimbledon Tournament and the US Open), including five consecutive tournaments The Grand Slam (the Wimbledon tournament and the US Open) and three times the Petit Slam (in 2004, 2006 and 2007). He is also the only man to have gone to the final of each Grand Slam tournament at least five times, and the only one to have won the Masters Cup six times at the end of the year.
Among his many records are his ten finals, twenty-three semi-finals and thirty-six consecutive quarter-finals in the Grand Slam tournaments.
Finally, in 2014, he won the Davis Cup with the team of Switzerland, beating the team of France. After a 2016 untitled season and six months out of the field due to injury, he returned to the 2017 Australian Open at 35 years old against his best rival Rafael Nadal, returning to victory in the tournaments Of the Grand Slam five seasons after his last triumph at Wimbledon, and bringing his record of success to eighteen in the four major tournaments.
Such a track record brings many observers, players and specialists, to consider him the greatest tennis player of all time2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 or even one of the greatest athletes in the world. The history of sport.
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