Roger Federer

Summary

Matches Won
2010 Australian Open (6–3, 6–4, 7–6(11), Andrew Murray, Men's singles, 2010)
2009 Wimbledon Championships (5–7, 7–6(6), 7–6(5), 3–6, 16–14, Andy Roddick, Men's singles, 2009)
2008 Gerry Weber Open (6–3, 6–4, Philipp Kohlschreiber, Men's singles, 2008)
Career Wins (doubles)
104
Career Wins (singles)
519
Highest Singles Ranking
2004-02-02 (1)
Number Of Tennis Titles
75
Date of birth
1981-08-08
Place of birth
Country of nationality
Height
1.85 m (2.02 yd)
Tennis Titles
2008 U.S. Open (Men's singles, 2008)
2007 U.S. Open (Men's singles, 2007)
2005 US Open (Men's singles, 2005)
 

Celebrity

Friendship
 

Ranked item

Appears in ranked lists
Heroes & Pioneers (7, 2007, Time 100)
 

Film actor

Film performances
 

Organization founder

Organizations founded
Roger Federer Foundation
 

Tournament event competitor

Events Competed In
 

Person extra

Net worth
140,000,000 (US$, celebritynetworth.com)
 

Person or entity appearing in film

Films appeared in
 

Product Endorser

Products Endorsed
Gillette Shaving Products (Global Gillette, 2007-02)
 

Olympic athlete

Country
Events Competed In
 

Tennis Player

Career Losses (doubles)
68
Career Losses (singles)
130
Highest Doubles Ranking
2003-06-09 (24)
Career Prize Money
32,636,278 (US$)
Year Turned Pro
1998
Matches Lost
? (71)
? (145)
2009 US Open (3–6, 7–6 (5), 4–6, 7–6 (4), 6–2, Juan Martin Del Potro, Men's singles, 2009)
Tennis Grip
One-handed backhand
Handed
Right-handed
 

Person

Places lived
Parents
Children
Lenny Federer (twin Leo)
Leo Federer (twin Lenny)
Religion
Gender
Weight
85 kg (187 lb)
Profession
Spouse (or domestic partner)
Siblings
 

Context name

Nickname
El reloj suizo
Federer Express
JesusFed
Official name
Roger Federer
 

Athlete

Career Start
1998
Sports played
 

Tennis player extra

Singles grand slams
17
 

TV Personality

TV regular appearances
 

Athlete extra

Coaches
2010-09 (Paul Annacone)
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