Roger Federer Declared Retirement

Roger Federer who declared his retirement on Thursday, September 15 finished up his career with 20 Grand Slam titles. Till 2012, Federer kept gaining a victory a major title annually with the utmost time between two hits being two years.

He took the lengthiest to come was the 18th title, the 2017 Australian Open. Federer prevailed against Rafael Nadal in a five-set thrilling finale to win a memorable match. Roger Federer, the renowned Swiss player plead adieu to competitive tennis on the major day, September 15.

 Roger Federer career

Federer will end his career as the third outstanding Grand Slam winner behind Rafael Nadal (22) and Novak Djokovic (21) with 20 crucial titles, comprising 8 Wimbledon wins, 6 Australian Open wins, 5 US Open wins, and the sole French Open. Federer kept achieving a major title annually with the utmost time between two hits existing two years, nonetheless, it received the Swiss champion five additional years to win his next, his 18th.

The continuous title drought finally stopped in January 2017 in Australia when Federer withstood Nadal in what existed an epic final that stayed five sets and 218 minutes (3 hours, 38 minutes). Federer and Nadal were coming together for a record 9th time in a Grand Slam final, since the 2011 French Open. Federer further went on to win the 2017 Wimbledon and 2018 Australian Open to finalize the feat of 20 Grand Slams.

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