Roger Federer is a Swiss Professional Tennis Player. His playing style is surely loved by everyone. The young boy is considered as a greatest player of all time.
Roger Federer is a child of Swiss father Robert Federer and South African mother Lynette Federer. He open his eyes first time at Basel, Switzerland. Raised in roman catholic family, federer born and brought up playing tennis and soccer at an early age. At the age of 11 he became one of the Top 3 Junior Tennis Players in Switzerland. and at the age of 17, he won junior Wimbledon title and the Orange Bowl and with this he became ITF World Junior Tennis Champion of the Year.
- Roger started playing tennis since the year 1998 as a junior player in the Wimbledon 1998.
- In 1999 he made his position in the list of the top 100 players in the ATP.
- In the year 2003, he won his first grand slam.
- In the year 2004, he won 3 grand slams and became second person to achieve this after Mats Wilander.
- In the year 2006 He won three grand slams finals.
- In the year 2018 He won Australian open and this was the great achievement for him.
- From the year 2003 to 2012 Roger was facilitated by the Fans’ Favorite Award from the ATPWorldTour.com.
- He received Laureus World Sportsman of the Year award for a record four times continuously for four years from 2005 to 2008.
- In 2006, he got Arthur Ashe Humanitarian of the Year Award.
Roger Federer is world’s highest paid tennis player and his net worth is $350 million dollars.
- Name: Roger Federer
- Nickname: Fed-Ex, Darth Federer
- Date of Birth: 8 August 1981
- Age: 35 Years
- Place of Birth: Basel, Switzerland
- Schools: Not Known
- College: Not Known
- Father: Robert Federer
- Mother: Lynette Du Rand
- Brother: N/A
- Sister: Diana
- Marital Status: Married
- Wife: Mirka Federer
- Children: Myla Rose and Charlene Riva (two twin daughters) and Leo and Lennart (two twin sons.)
- Affair: MirkaVavrinec
- Religion: Christianity
- Zodiac Sign: Leo
- Weight: 85Kgs
- Eye Colour: Brown
- Profession: Tennis Player
- Languages Known: English, German, Swiss German and French