Roger Federer (1981) is a tennis player born on August 8, 1981 in Basel, Switzerland. He is best known as a five-time champion
Federer is a Swiss tennis player who has won the Wimbledon title five times in a row. In addition, Roger Federer's biography has won several US championships: from 2004 to 2008. This number of victories has helped the athlete become one of the dominant tennis players in the world.
Federer took up professional sports in 1998 after a stellar career in youth competitions. In 2001, he became a popular field after defeating champion Pete Sampras in Wimbledon.
In 2003, the athlete won the title of Wimbledon singles champion. He repeated his victory in 2004. After that, he began to participate in the championship of Australia and the United States. In the third round of the French championship, he failed, which deprived the athlete of the opportunity to win the Grand Slam.
In 2005, Federer won his third Wimbledon victory, beating Andy Roddick in the final for the second year in a row. Speaking against Andre Agassi in the US Open, Federer received another title. In 2006, the athlete lost to Rafael Nadal in the final of the French Championship, but defeated the same opponent in the final of Wimbledon. In 2006, Federer again defeated Andy Roddick at the US Championships.
If you add up the number of victories of the athlete in 2007 at Wimbledon, the championships of Australia, the United States, as well as the victory in 2008 at the US Championships, you will get an incredible result - 13 titles won in singles. Only Pete Sampras managed to show the result better - he won the Grand Slam 14 times.