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15 Unknown Facts About Roger Federer

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15 Amazing facts about Roger Federer

Roger Federer is a tennis player from Switzerland. He has won a total of 20 Grand Slam titles in his professional tennis career so far. It is the most Grand Slam title won by a male tennis player. Roger Federer is considered one of the best athletes of this generation. He also won the tennis doubles gold medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Roger Federer is considered the best male tennis player. Today we will tell you, 15 Things you did not know about Roger Federer

15 intersting facts about Roger Federer



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1. Roger Federer lost his 1st match as a pro

Roger Federer's professional tennis career began in 1998. Rodger Federer was only 17 at the time. You would be surprised to know that the world's best tennis player Roger Federer lost his first professional match.


2. Roger Federer wife

In 2009, tennis player Roger Federer married Switzerland's female tennis player Mirka Federer. Roger Federer and Mirka Federer first met during the Summer Olympic Games in 2000. However Mirka Federer retired from professional tennis due to foot injury. Currently, Roger Federer and Mirka Federer are the parents of 4 children. And both are leading happy lives.


3. Rodger Federer is a doctor

In the year 2017, the University of Basel (Switzerland) awarded Roger Federer a doctor's degree. Roger Federer provides financial assistance to poor children in South Africa for better education and progress in sports. He was honored by the University of Basel for Roger Federer's outstanding contribution to the field of education.


4. Roger Federer could have been a professional footballer too

He used to play tennis as well as football during his childhood days. Very few people know about him. That he is also an excellent football player. At the age of 12, Roger Federer switched from all other sports to focus in tennis.


5. Federer is 1 of the highest earning sportsman of all time

Roger Federer makes a lot of money through tennis as well as sponsorship deals. Roger Federer has received nearly $130 million prize money in his tennis career so far. In which these companies are prominent.


  • Sponsors: Wilson sporting goods, Rolex, Mercedes-Benz, Barilla, Credit Suisse group, Uniqlo


According to Forbes, in 2019, Roger Federer became the highest paid athlete with earnings of $106.3 million. According to Forbes, in the year 2019, Roger Federer made about $100 million through Endorsements. And became the highest-grossing athlete in the world.


6. Roger Federer had anger management problems in his teenage years

Roger Federer was of an angry nature during his teens. He used to bother himself with his nature. This was revealed by Roger Federer himself during an interview. Tennis experts believe that mental balance is very important in the game of tennis. Only then you will be able to succeed in this game. Roger Federer says that by the age of 21, he had overcome this problem. Otherwise, his furious nature on the tennis court could have hindered his career.


7. Roger Federer was excused of military service due to back problems

Roger Federer was born in Switzerland. And every citizen of Switzerland is required to take army training for 1 year. In 2003, Roger Federer was also selected for 1-year Army training. But he gave up training, describing himself as physically unfit for the Army. Actually, Roger Federer is not the only person to leave this training. Rather, 35% of the citizens of Switzerland abandon this training by declaring themselves as physically unfit.


8. Federer has 2 sets of Identical twins

Roger Federer is currently the father of four children. In 2009, the wife of Roger Federer and former Swiss professional tennis player Mirka Federer gave birth to two twin daughters.


  • Daughter: Myla Rose Federer, Charlene Riva Federer (born: 2009)
  • Son: Lenny Federer, Leo Federer (born: 2014)

And in 2014, Mirka Federer gave birth to two twin sons. The birth of a twin son was quite interesting as well. Currently, Roger Federer and Mirka Federer are the parents of 4 children.


9. Federer has been the world number 1 for the most consecutive weeks

Roger Federer has been the No. 1 tennis player in his professional tennis career for the most 310 weeks. From February 2004 to August 2008, Roger Federer continued to be the number 1 player in tennis singles. In February 2004, Roger Federer became the number one tennis player for the first time. And he has been the number 1 tennis player for the most 310 weeks in his professional tennis career.


10. Federer has 3 Estates and 50+ Cars

Currently, Roger Federer is the owner of 3 Estates. He has an apartment in Dubai that costs around $5 million. The average temperature in Dubai is around 40°C. And this place is perfect for training. In addition, Roger Federer has two other properties in Switzerland.

Roger Federer is the brand ambassador of Mercedes-Benz. And they have a collection of the best cars in the world. Currently there are more than 50 cars in Roger Federer's car collection.



11. 2018 has been a record breaking year for Federer

For Roger Federer, the year 2018 was the best year of his tennis career. At the age of 37 in the year 2018, he performed exceedingly well. In the year 2018, he won 21 consecutive matches. And also held the title of Australian Open. At the age of 37, he surprised everyone with the best game.



12. Federer has 28 Guinness World Records

Roger Federer holds the highest number of 28 Guinness World Records. Rodger Federer set several new records during his professional tennis career. He is the most favorite tennis player among tennis lovers. Roger Federer is the person with the highest number of 28 Guinness World Records.



13. Federer speaks 5 languages

Roger Federer is considered one of the best athletes of this generation. Rodger Federer speaks 5 languages. He is able to speak German, French and English perfectly. Apart from this, he is also able to speak Italian and Swedish. Roger Federer is very special not only for tennis but for other things as well.



14. Federer worked as a ball boy

During the Swiss indoor championship in 1992, 93, Roger Federer also worked as a ball boy. Rodger Federer was only 12 at the time. The tournament was won by Boris Becker and Roger Federer considers him his role model.



15. Roger Federer Net worth

  • Net worth: $450 million
  • Sponsors: Wilson sporting goods, Rolex, Mercedes-Benz, Barilla, Credit Suisse group, Uniqlo

Currently, Roger Federer's net worth is $450 million.

According to Forbes, in 2019, Roger Federer became the highest paid athlete with earnings of $ 106.3 million.