Roger Federer's come back: THE WIMBLEDON RECORD IN 2017

Roger Federer will finally come back on the court for the upcoming ATP Doha 2021


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Roger Federer's come back: THE WIMBLEDON RECORD IN 2017

Roger Federer will finally come back on the court for the upcoming ATP Doha 2021. Fans and insiders are eagerly awaiting this moment, as the Swiss Maestro hasn't played an official match since the Australian Open 2020 semi-final lost to Novak Djokovic.

While his last appearance di lui di lui on the court was Match for Africa 6, an exhibition match with Rafael Nadal, Bill Gates and Trevor Noah. Roger, after Doha, decided not to play one of the ATP Masters 1000 of the season, the Miami Open.

Federer's victory in the Miami Masters 1000 is also one of the last major tournaments that the Swiss took home, in 2019 he won in the final after just over an hour of play against the American John Isner, winning in two sets with the result of 6 -1 6-4.

Roger wil lost 1000 point in the ranking. Roger Federer breaks several records during the 2017 Wimbledon edition: he reaches 10,000 aces in his career, the 317th victory in the Slams (overcoming Serena Williams) and becomes the male player with the most wins at Wimbledon (85) overtaking Jimmy Connors.

After ousting Raonic and Berdych, he reaches the final against Marin Cilic and defeats him in three sets (6-3 6-1 6-4) winning his 19 Grand Slam. With his eighth success in London, he is the most successful tennis player in the history of the tournament.