5 Unbreakable Records of Roger Federer

Roger Federer
Roger Federer

Tennis legend Roger Federer has announced his retirement from tennis at the age of 41. He is one of the best players to ever play the game of tennis and in his fan’s opinion he was the best. Swiss Tennis star has made many records in tennis but in this article, we will see the top 5 of them which are almost impossible to break and to do so we will give a kind of tribute to the legend Roger Federer.

#5 59 ATP finals

Roger Federer holds the record for the most number of ATP titles in the singles category. In his career, Federer won 59 ATP finals which is the highest by any player in tennis.

#4 Highest grand slam matches win

Roger Federer is currently the second most successful player in the history of tennis in terms of Grand Slams but when it comes to several wins in Grand slam tournaments, he stands at the No.1 position. In his career, Federer won 369 grand slam matches.

#3 Oldest player to be No.1

Roger Federer was nothing less than a teenager in his late 30s. he was ranked no.1 when he was 36 years and 320 days years of age which makes him the oldest player to be ranked no.1 in the history of tennis.

Roger Federer
Roger Federer

#2 Highest consecutive grand slam finals

Roger Federer was the best tennis player in the late 2000s. between 2005 to 2007 Swiss tennis star reached 10 grand slam finals which makes him the only player to reach 10 consecutive grand slam finals. It is one of the hardest records of Federer which will hardly break in the future.

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#1 No.1 for consecutive weeks

It is the most unique and most difficult to achieve record of Federer. Between 2004 and 2008 Federer was No.1 for the most number of consecutive weeks. When we talk about numbers it is 237 consecutive weeks which can only be done by a very special player so as Federer. This record of Federer is also registered in the Guinness Book of world records.