Tennis Legend – Roger Federer
Roger Federer was born in the world on August 8, 1981 in Basel, Switzerland. Roger Federer, who is still a fan of sports from his early ages, started playing tennis when he was 6 years old. When he was 13 years old he became the Swiss Junior Champion. Soon after this success he left his home to get more professional training and began training at the Swiss National Tennis Academy. Federer, who won the top prize with the professional training he received, rose to the number one in the world in the world when he was 16 years old. 2004 was an amazing year for Federer.
Federer, without coaching in 2004, became the world’s number one male tennis player by winning three of the top four tournaments, including Wimbledon, American Open, and Australian Open. Having achieved many successes in his career, Federer has become a gold medalist with his partner in the “couples” category at the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics, where he joined on behalf of his country. Roger Federer defeated Rafael Nadal 3-2 in the Australian Open singles men’s finals tournament held in Melbourne in January 2017. The Swiss tennis player, who won the most Grand Slam tournament in history, won the record 18 championships.
The Wimbledon Victory
On July 16, 2017, Wimbledon became the champion by defeating Croatian opponent Marin Cilic 3-0 in the single men final. Three grand slams played until now in 2017 did not participate in the French Open but reached the happy end in the Australian Open, Miami Open and Halle Open and achieved five championships this season. Finally, we can say Roger Federer is a real tennis legend and he has millions of followers and supporters from different countries and regions of the world under today’s conditions.