Roger Federer Player Profile

Roger Federer will go down in tennis history as one of the greatest tennis players to have ever played the game.

Over his career, he amassed a total of 103 ATP career titles (6 behind the record held by Jimmy Connors), 28 Masters 1000s, 20 Grand Slams and 6 Year-end Championship finals.

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Quick Facts about Roger Federer

Below you will find some interesting stats from his playing career along with some answers to some frequently asked questions about the great Roger Federer.

FedererRoger Federer
Age (Birthday)40 years Old (8th August 1981)
Year born1981
Year turned Pro1998
ATP Career Titles103
Grand Slams20
Year–end Championship finals6
Masters 1000 Titles28
Tennis RacketWilson Pro Staff RF 97
Forehand GripEastern Forehand Grip
BackhandOne Handed Backhand
Backhand GripEastern Backhand Grip
Serve GripContinental Grip
Official Twitter AccountFederer Twitter Account
Official Facebook PageFederer Facebook Page
Official Instagram AccountFederer Instagram Account

Roger Federer Grand Slams Stats

Roger Federer Stats at the Australian Open

1998Did not Compete
19991st Qualifying Round
20003rd Round
20013rd Round
20024th Round
20034th Round
2004Champion (1)
2006Champion (2)
2007Champion (3)
2010Champion (4)
20153rd Round
2017Champion (5)
2018Champion (6)
20194th Round
2021Did not Compete
2022Will not Compete

Roger Federer won his first Australian Open in 2014 when he beat Marat Safin in the final 7–6, 6–4, 6–2. Roger would go on to win a total of 6 Australian Open titles (2004, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2017, and 2018).

Roger Federer Stats at the French Open

1998Did not Compete
19991st Round
20004th Round
20021st Round
20031st Round
20043rd Round
2009Champion (1)
20144th Round
2016Did not Compete
2017Did not Compete
2018Did not Compete
2020Did not Compete
20214th Round
2022Will not Compete

Out of the four grand slam tournaments, the French Open was the hardest for Federer to win as he lost in three finals before finally winning the title in 2009 after beating Robin Söderling in the final (6–1, 7–6, 6–4).

Roger Federer Stats at the Wimbledon Championships

1998Did not Compete
19991st Round
20001st Round
20021st Round
2003Champion (1)
2004Champion (2)
2005Champion (3)
2006Champion (4)
2007Champion (5)
2009Champion (6)
2012Champion (7)
20132nd Round
2017Champion (8)
2020Wimbledon not held in 2020

Roger Federer currently holds the record for most Wimbledon Championship titles with 8 titles to his name (2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2012 and 2017).

Roger Federer Stats at the US Open

1998Did not Compete
19992nd Qualifying Round
20003rd Round
20014th Round
20024th Round
20034th Round
2004Champion (1)
2005Champion (2)
2006Champion (3)
2007Champion (4)
2008Champion (5)
20134th Round
2016Did not Compete
20184th Round
2020Did not Compete
2021Did not Compete

When Federer was in his prime he won 5 US Opens in a row (2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, and 2008).

Roger Federer FAQ

How old is Roger Federer?

Roger Federer is 40 years old and was born on the 8th of August 1981.

What is Roger Federer’s Net Worth?

It is estimated that his net worth is in the region of $450 million. in 2021, Forbes listed Federer as the top earning tennis player with an estimated $90.6 million before taxes.

Is Roger Federer Married?

Yes, Roger Federer is married to the Swiss former tennis Pro Miroslava Vavrinec since 2009. They first met at the 2000 Sydney Olympics when they were both representing Switzerland.

How tall is Roger Federer?

Roger Federer is 1.85m tall (6ft 1in).

When was Roger Federer’s first Grand Slam Victory?

Roger Federer won his first grand slam at the 2003 Wimbledon Championships. He would go on to win a total of 20 Grand Slams.

When was Roger Federer last number 1?

Roger Federer last held the number 1 ATP ranking on 18 June 2018. He was replaced as number 1 by Rafa Nadal.

When did Roger Federer first turn pro?

Roger Federer’s first professional match was against Lucas Arnold Ker in a round of 32 match at the ATP Gstaad in 1998. Ker won the match 6-4, 6-4.

What Racket does Roger Federer use?

Roger uses a slightly customised version of the Wilson Pro Staff RF 97 Autograph.

How many Grand Slams does Federer have?

Federer has won a total of 20 grand slams including 6 Australian Opens, 1 French Opens, 8 Wimbledon Championships and 5 US Open Titles.

Has Federer ever won the Davis Cup with Switzerland?

Yes, Switzerland won the 2014 Davis Cup beating France in the final.

Has Federer won any major Doubles Titles?

Federer has never won a doubles grand slam title in doubles but he has won a total of 8 career doubles titles and a gold medal in doubles at the 2008 Bejing Olympics with his partner Stan Wawrinka.

Has Federer won a gold medal in singles at an Olympics?

No, the closest he has come was a silver medal at the 2012 London Olympics.

Does Federer have any siblings?

Yes, Roger has one older sister called Diana. Diana Federer works as a nurse in Switzerland.

Does Roger Federer have two sets of twins?

Yes, Myla and Charlene were born in 2009 and Lenny and Leo were born in 2014.

Who are Roger Federer’s Parents?

Roger’s parents are Robert and Lynette Federer. His father Robert is from Berneck, Switzerland and his mother Lynette is from Kempton Park in South Africa.

Did Federer ever win a golden grand slam?

No, Federer has never won a golden grand slam. The closest he has come was when he won 3 out of the 4 grand slams in 2004.

Did Roger Federer ever hit a two handed backhand?

There are plenty of YouTube videos showing Roger Federer hitting the odd two handed backhand but for his entire career, he has primarily used a one handed backhand.

Are Roger Federer’s son’s Identical twins?

Yes, Leo and Lenny are identical twins.

Are Roger Federer’s daughter’s Identical twins?

Yes, Myla and Charlene are identical twins.

Where was Roger Federer born?

Roger Federer was born in Basel, Switzerland.

Roger Federer Player Profile
Roger Federer Player Profile

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