Sam Groth reveals two top moments of his career


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Sam Groth reveals two top moments of his career

Former Australian tennis player Sam Groth revealed that playing the Davis Cup and competing against the great Roger Federer at Wimbledon were the top moments of his career. The 30-year-old, who retired from the game after this year's Australian Open, debuted in the Davis Cup in 2014 and represented his country in at least one tie per year from 2014-2017.

The former world No. 53 featured in a total of eight Davis Cup ties -- collecting a 2-4 record in singles and a 3-3 record in doubles, respectively. Groth played at Wimbledon only three times during his career -- and his career-best result at The Championships came in 2015 when he beat American Jack Sock and fellow compatriot James Duckworth to reach round three and set up a meeting against Federer.

Groth put up a good effort but still went down to record eight-time Wimbledon champion Federer 6-4 6-4 6-7 (5) 6-2. Also read: James Ward: I've been through some dark days