Roger Federer is a tennis legend, with a professional history spanning over 20 years. During all these seasons the Swiss Maestro won 103 titles, including 20 Grand Slams. There are, however, four other records that Roger holds, which, most likely, will not be equaled and surpassed in the future.
Federer reached 36 consecutive quarterfinals in the Slams. From Wimbledon 2004 to the French Open 2013. This record was stopped in the second round at the All England Club 2013 after the defeat against Sergiy Stakhovsky. The Swiss Maestro also made 23 consecutive semifinals in the Majors.
An even more impressive number compared to that of other champions, of his tennis era and previous eras. He reached consecutive semi-finals at the Majors from Wimbledon 2004 to the Roland Garros 2010. Another record is his 10 consecutive finals in the Slams.
The starting point is always Wimbledon: this time it starts from the 2005 edition of the Championships until the Australian Open 2008 when Roger was defeated in the semifinal by Novak Djokovic. Finally, there is a really impressive record.
In fact, he won five consecutive titles in two different Grand Slam tournaments. Roger Federer in triumphed five times in a row at Wimbledon and at the Us Open. Roger is the only player in history who can achieve this goal in two different Majors: at the Championships, from 2003 to 2007 and at Flushing Meadows, from 2004 to 2008.
There are many other records achieved by Roger Federer, some of which may be surpassed in the not too distant future, but these four records will hardly be surpassed in the years to come.