Roger Federer is a professional tennis player He is widely regarded as the best tennis player of the 2000s and perhaps the best tennis player of all time unlike many players who specialize in a particular surface Like clay grass or hard court for our experts in serving or maybe volume Roger Federer is an all-around player He has won major titles on all surfaces has a hard serve can volley and can trade ground strokes with the best He can make all the shots required in the game and do them as well as anyone This all-around expertise and excellence in all aspects of the game is what has made him so consistently great Roger was born and Bennigan’s Switzerland on August 8 1981 His father was Swiss and his mother South African He fell in love with tennis at the age of 4 while watching Boris Becker win his first Wimbledon championship He also played football for a while but soon found that he was an exceptional tennis player and put his full focus on tennis roger turned professional in 1998 at the age of 17 He was a really good player for around four years at which point he started to dominate in 2003 he won his first Grand Slam title at Wimbledon on February 2nd 2004 he became the number one player in the world and started his record-breaking Streak as a matter of fact. He was ranked the world’s number one tennis player for 237 straight weeks That’s the longest anyone has ever held the number one ranking here are just some of his records and accomplishments 17 Grand Slam titles the most ever by a male tennis player Only male player to win five consecutive titles up to Grand Slam events Wimbledon and the US Open He has won, seven Wimbledon titles and five US Open titles he won the most matches in a row on grass 65 he won at least 10 tournaments in three consecutive years Federer won the 2008 doubles Olympic gold medal he speaks Swiss, German French and English fluently His good luck charm is Tweety Bird He is married to mark Aviva Nick a former professional tennis player He founded the Roger Federer Foundation, which support sports and education to children in South Africa

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