How many ATP titles does Federer have?


How many ATP titles does Federer have?

How many ATP titles does Federer have?

103 ATP singles titles To date, Federer has won 103 ATP singles titles including 20 Grand Slam singles titles (tied for the most ever in men's competition with Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic), 28 ATP Masters titles, and a record six ATP Finals.

Will Federer play ATP Finals 2021?

All you need to know ahead of the 2021 ATP Finals at the Pala Alpitour in Turin, Italy. Novak Djokovic leads the line up, but there is no Roger Federer or Rafael Nadal as the legendary duo miss out this year.

Is Federer in the ATP?

Roger Federer (German: [ˈrɔdʒər ˈfeːdərər]; born 8 August 1981) is a Swiss professional tennis player. He is ranked No. 16 in the world by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP). ... A Wimbledon junior champion in 1998, Federer won his first Grand Slam singles title at Wimbledon in 2003 at age 21.

How many ATP 500 has Federer won?

10 titles Federer has won 10 titles at the Halle Open (ATP 500), 10 titles at the Swiss Indoors (ATP 500), 8 titles at Wimbledon (Grand Slam), 8 titles at the Dubai Tennis Championships (ATP 500), 7 titles at the Cincinnati Masters (Masters 1000), 6 titles at the Australian Open (Grand Slam), and 6 titles at the World Tour ...

How tall is Rafa Nadal?

1.85 m Rafael Nadal/Taille

Will Federer play again?

Federer, 40, told Swiss media last week that he was unlikely to return to competition until mid-2022 as he looks to get back to full fitness after multiple knee surgeries and would be "extremely surprised" if he was able to play at Wimbledon.

What does walkover mean in tennis?

If a match has been firmly set up but cancelled with less than 24 hours notice or if a player is more than 30 minutes late for an arranged match with no explanation during that time, it may be claimed as a walkover win. That means the player who cancels the matches is the loser and his or her opponent the winner.

Is Federer playing Laver Cup 2021?

Roger Federer, who is recovering from August right knee surgery, made a late decision to attend this year's Laver Cup. The Swiss legend is happy that he did. ... They just want me to be good again and enjoy the weekend,” Federer said in an interview for the event with former World No.

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