After his loss at the Australian Open against Stefanos Tsitsipas in the fourth round, Roger Federer came back to play at the Dubai Duty-Free Tennis Championships 2019. Federer had some physiological ups and downs between last year (when he won his 20th Slam title and he came back as the world no.
1 for some few weeks) and the Australian Open 2019. But he completed a new and unforgettable milestone in Dubai; by defeating Stefanos Tsitsipas he won his 100th career title! The Swiss was able to amaze again fans, media and crowd with his record and his achievement.
Here are the main records, numbers and statistics of the Swiss Maestro: 20: Slam titles won in career by Federer. No other player in the Open Era has managed to reach this level. 8: The titles won at Wimbledon, the last one in July 2017, fourteen years after the first time.
6: The titles won at the Australian Open, the last two consecutive. 100th: the career title won by the Swiss. He got this record at the 2019 Dubai Open. 6: The titles won at the ATP Finals, record. 27: The number of Masters 1000 won.
1180: Victories of singles matches in career, behind only Jimmy Connors with 1256 725: The victories on hard courts, which is a record. 68: The titles won on hard courts, which is a record. 18: The titles won on grass, which is a record.
40: The consecutive matches won at the US Open from 2003 to 2009. 11: The number of finals played at Wimbledon. 30: The total number of finals played at the Majors. 310: The total weeks leading the ATP Ranking, from 2 February 2014.
Record among men. The absolute primacy is of Steffi Graf, with 377 weeks. 237: The record number of consecutive weeks at the top of the world rankings. 36 years and 6 months: At this age, Federer became the oldest tennis player to become the world no. 1, surpassing in February 2018, Andre Agassi (33 years and 5 months).