Roger Federer and His Wondrous Journey

The 41-year-old Federer, who on Thursday via social media announced his retirement from the sport he dominated like no one ever has, leaves tennis as the greatest player of all time.

Roger Federer, the winner of 103 singles titles and 20 Grand Slam titles, announced his retirement Thursday, at age 41 and after 24 years on the ATP tour.

most successful players in terms of both wins on the court and money made. Federer has won $130.5 million in prize money.

He was ranked world No. 1 by the Association of Tennis Professionals for 310 weeks, including a record 237 consecutive weeks

Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar wrote, “What a career, @rogerfederer. We fell in love with your brand of tennis. Slowly, your tennis became a habit. And habits never retire, they become a part of us.

Roger Federer has sweet, loving words for his wife Mirka and their four children as he says goodbye to the world of tennis.

Roger Federer is set to play is still TBD, but the full 2022 Laver Cup on Friday, Sept. 23. 1 p.m.

A knee injury meant he has not played a match since losing at last year's Wimbledon

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