Throughout his illustrious career, Roger Federer had the opportunity to compete at the world's most prominent tennis stadiums and tournaments, sharing his magic with fans from all over the world and extending his legacy more than two decades after becoming a pro.
With 103 ATP titles under his name, including 20 Majors and almost 30 Masters 1000 crowns, Roger has earned many records that will take some beating in the future, even by his closest rivals Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic.
On Friday night, Federer prevailed against John Millman in the third round of the Australian Open to secure his milestone 100th victory in Melbourne, becoming the first player in history to achieve that and adding the unique feat to the one he already secured at Wimbledon last July.
Roger has won at least 66 matches at seven different tournaments, lifting 45 trophies at those and producing some memorable encounters with the greatest rivals over the last two decades. Federer grabbed 66 victories at Indian Wells, conquering five titles and delivering an even more impressive result in Halle, going all the way ten times from 68 triumphs.
At Roland Garros, Roger claimed one title in 2009, unable to overpower Rafael Nadal but still earning respectable 70 victories in Paris, as one of the most decorated players on the clay Major. At home in Basel, Roger secured 75 wins and no less than ten titles, dominating over the rest of the field in the last 15 years and hoping for more of the same in October.
89 ATP wins of the great Swiss came at the US Open where he rattled off five straight titles between 2004-08, followed by the other two Majors where he had the upper hand for years, with 100 victories in Melbourne and 101 at Wimbledon, conquering 14 Majors combined at those two events.