"24 Years Feels Like 24 Hours": Roger Federer Announces Retirement
Roger Federer announced his retirement from competitive tennis today, at the age of 41, after winning 20 Grand Slam titles.
Federer earned his first grand slam trophy in 2003, when he won Wimbledon.
He has now won six Australian Opens, one French Open, eight Wimbledons, and five US Opens.
Roger Federer, the Swiss wonder, has declared that he would retire from professional tennis following the end of the Laver Cup in 2022.
Last year, the 41-year-old 20-time major champion needed knee surgery.
As part of the men's game's Big Three, he dominated with Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic.
Federer has played almost 1500 matches in the last 24 years.
Roger Federer has 20 Grand Slam victories to his name, including six Australian Opens, one French Open, eight Wimbledons, and five US Opens.
Federer's career has been hampered by a string of ailments in recent years.
In his parting statement, the 20-time Grand Slam champion praised his parents and sister, stressing that nothing would be possible without them.
He made sure to thank all of his coaches, both current and old.
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