All the rackets Roger Federer used during his career (PICS INSIDE)


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All the rackets Roger Federer used during his career (PICS INSIDE)

Roger Federer became a professionl tennis player back in 1998, he always had a Wilson racket in his hands. Let's have a look at the models rackets that the 17-Grand Slam time champion had during his long career, as well as the titles he won with each of them.

1998-2001

Pro Staff 85 6.0 Mid-Production Chinese

During this Period, Federer won only two titles although he was at the beginning of his career:
Brest, France in 1999
Milan Indoors in 2001

He got the most important win at Wimbledon in 2001 against Pete Sampras at fourth round level.

January-May 2002

Hyper Pro Staff 6.1 Silver W

He was not very successful with this racket as it was only a transition from 85" to 90".

Anyway, he managed to win two titles:

Adidas International, Sidney (January 2002)
Masters Series Hamburg (May 2002)

May 2002-January 2003

Hyper Pro Staff 6.0
It was a 90-inch racket, he won only one title:
CA Tennis Trophy, Vienna (October 2002)

February 2003-May 2004

Pro Staff Tour 90




During this time he won 11 titles, among these ones the first Grand Slam:
Open 13, Marseille
Dubai Tennis Open
BMW Open, Munich
Gerry Weber Open, Halle
Wimbledon
CA Tennis Trophy, Vienna
Tennis Masters Cup, Houston 8.
Australian Open
Dubai Tennis Open
Pacific Life Open, Indian Wells
Masters Series Hamburg

June 2004 - December 2006

Wilson Six-One Tour 90



Roger won something like 30 titles with this racket, and especially seven Slams:
Gerry Weber Open, Halle
Wimbledon(2004)
Allianz Suisse Open Gstaad, Switzerland
Tennis Masters Series Canada, Toronto
US Open (2004)
Thailand Open
Tennis Masters Cup, Houston
Qatar ExxonMobil Open, Doha
ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament, Rotterdam
Dubai Duty Free Men´s Open
Pacific Life Open, Indian Wells
Nasdaq-100 Open, Miami
Masters Series Hamburg
Gerry Weber Open, Halle
Wimbledon(2005)
Western & Southern Financial Group Masters, Cincinnati
US Open (2005)
Thailand Open
Qatar ExxonMobil Open, Doha
Abierto de Australia, Melbourne(2006)
Pacific Life Open, Indian Wells
Nasdaq-100 Open, Miami
Gerry Weber Open, Halle
Wimbledon(2006)
Masters Series Canadá, Toronto
US Open (2006)
AIG Japan Open Tennis Championships, Tokyo
Masters Series Madrid
Davidoff Swiss Indoors, Basel
Tennis Masters Cup, Shanghai
2007-2009

Wilson K Factor Six One Tour 90



With this racket Federer won his first and only Roland Garros title, and 16 titles in total
Australian Open, Melbourne(2007)
The Dubai Tennis Championships
Masters Series Hamburg
Wimbledon(2007)
Western & Southern Financial Group Masters, Cincinnati
Abierto de Estados Unidos(2007)
Davidoff Swiss Indoors, Basel
Tennis Masters Cup, Shanghai
Estoril Open, Portugal
Gerry Weber Open, Halle
US Open (2008)
Davidoff Swiss Indoors, Basel
Mutua Madrileña Masters, Madrid
Roland Garros, París (2009)
Wimbledon(2009)
Western & Southern Financial Group Masters, Cincinnati



2010-2011

Wilson Six.One Tour BLX



The Swiss Maestro got eight titles during this period, one Grand Slam included:
Australian Open, Melbourne
Western & Southern Financial Group Masters, Cincinnati
If Stockholm Open
Davidoff Swiss Indoors, Basilea
Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, London
Qatar Exxonmobil Open, Doha
Swiss Indoors, Basilea
Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, London



2012-2013

Wilson BLX Pro Staff Six.One 90


With this racket Roger won six ATP Titles and one Wimbledon:
ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament, Rotterdam
Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships
BNP Paribas Open Indian Wells
Mutua Madrid Open
Wimbledon
Western & Southern Open, Cincinnati
Gerry Weber Open, Halle


January 2014

Wilson Pro Staff 90



Although this racket was not used by the Swiss player, it was the model after Wilson BLX Pro Staff Six.One 90

January-June 2014

Wilson Prototype Racquet


After a very bad second half of the 2013 season, in 2014 with this racket Roger was back to play a good tennis and won two titles:
Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships
Gerry Weber Open, Halle



July 2014-June 2016

Wilson Pro Staff RF97 Autograph



It was a big change for Federer, from a 90-inch racket to a 97-inch.
With this he won nine titles and reached three Grand Slam finals:
Western & Southern Open, Cincinnati
Shanghai Rolex Masters
Swiss Indoors, Basilea
Brisbane International, Brisbane
Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships
TEB PNB Paribas Istanbul Open, Turkey
Gerry Weber Open, Halle
Western & Southern Open, Cincinnati
Swiss Indoors, Basel
July 2016 to...? Wilson Pro Staff RF97 Autograph

On 20 July with Wilson Roger Federer announced the new racket that he had to use from the Olympics.

A few days after Roger announced he would have shut down the season and that would have played again in January 2017 at the Hopman Cup.

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