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Roger Federer: His iconic career in photos

Swiss tennis player Roger Federer announced his re... more

Roger Federer started playing tennis at the age of eight and became Switzerland’s junior champion when he was 14.
1/7Roger Federer started playing tennis at the age of eight and became Switzerland’s junior champion when he was 14.
Roger Federer became the youngest tennis player (at 18 years 4 months) to be among the world’s top 100..
2/7Roger Federer became the youngest tennis player (at 18 years 4 months) to be among the world’s top 100..
In 2004, he captured his first Australian Open and his first U.S. Open and defended his Wimbledon title. (Getty images)
3/7In 2004, he captured his first Australian Open and his first U.S. Open and defended his Wimbledon title. (Getty images)
Roger Federer won his sixth Australian Open in 2018.  (AFP)
4/7Roger Federer won his sixth Australian Open in 2018.  (AFP)
Federer continued to make history in 2007 when he won his fourth consecutive U.S. Open, (AFP)
5/7Federer continued to make history in 2007 when he won his fourth consecutive U.S. Open, (AFP)
 Roger Federer of Switzerland kisses the Wimbledon trophy after defeating Mark Philippoussis of Australia in their Men's Final match at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in Wimbledon, south London. (AFP)
6/7 Roger Federer of Switzerland kisses the Wimbledon trophy after defeating Mark Philippoussis of Australia in their Men's Final match at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in Wimbledon, south London. (AFP)
 knee surgeries made Federer miss most of the 2020 and 2021 seasons. (AP)
7/7 knee surgeries made Federer miss most of the 2020 and 2021 seasons. (AP)
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