Unforgettable and best moments of Roger Federer, the greatest Tennis player.

 Unforgettable and best moments of Roger Federer, the greatest Tennis player. 

Roger feeder he is a tennis star. He was born in Basel, Switzerland on 08 August 1981. 

His father's name was Robert feeder and mother's name was Lynette feeder. Since young theatres spent most of his early life near the French and German border, which made him fluent in German, French and English.

He took two playing tennis and soccer at an  early age. By the time he turned 11, he became one of the top three junior tennis players in Switzerland. At the age of 14, he started playing tournaments, practicing and conditioning himself to become a professional. 

in 1996 he was a part of the International Tennis Federation Junior Tennis circuit. In 1998, he won the junior Wimbledon title and the orange bowl, those becoming recognized as the ITF World Junior Tennis Champion of the year. He won the Hopman cup in 2001. Along with Martina Hingis. The same year, he recorded his first singles victory, defeating Julian Boutter at the Milan indoor tournament.

throughout 2002 He bettered his own record by finishing the year had number six in the ATP ranking. This was the first time he finished under 10. The year 2003 was a breakthrough one for him, as he made it to the nine finals in the ATP tour, winning seven of them. He won his first Wimbledon singles victory. 

Roger Federer unforgettable moments 

Riding strong on his talent, He moved past other players to reach the number two position at the ATP ranking. He struck gold in the Grand Slams, winning three singles titles at the Australian Open, Wimbledon and the US Open. Additionally, he won ATP Masters Series 1000, an ATP 500 series. The year 2005 started on a bad note as he lost two Grand Slam titles.

In 2006, he went on to win three Grand Slam singles titles. What's more, he won four of the ATP Masters Series 1000 finals and one out of the two ATP 500 series. He made a hat-trick by making it to the world number 1 position for the third time in a row. 

As far as ATP Masters Series 1000 is concerned, he won five while in the ATP 500 series he won one. He secured the number one status for a fourth time, thus virtually dominating the game.

 In 2008, he won a single Grand Slam singles title for the year at the US Open. His performance at the ATP was also affected as he won one title in a 500 level event and two titles in 250 level events. He descended to the number two position in the world ranking. 

He tied the nuptial knot with a tennis player, Mirka Vavrinic, a former member of the Women's Tennis Association on April 11 2009. The couple was blessed with identical twins Myla rose and Charlen Riva on July 23 2009. 

In 2009 grand slams, he reached the final of all four, winning the French Open and Wimbledon. He created history by winning his first ever French Open, thus completing a Career Grand Slam. Furthermore, he became the only tennis player in the world with a Grand Slam victories record standing at 15. 

2010 was a year of disappointment. His world rankings slipped in number two position. His world rankings slowly glided further as he was dropped out of the top 3. During the 2011 ATP tour, he revived his sinking career by defeating David Ferrer to reach the final. 

Roger Federer best moments

It was his performance at the ATP tour that helped him regain the number 3 ranking. In the 2012 Grand Slams, he won the Wimbledon, defeating Andy Murray. At the 2012 Summer Olympics, he won a silver medal losing to Murray. The year 2013 was a year of disappointments and shock. Not only did he fail to bag a Grand Slam title, he has failed to reach a single final in the first four months. 

Furthermore, he could not defend his title in Madrid. The only victory for the year was at the Gerry Weber open.

 I fear no one but respect everyone, said Roger feeder. 

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