After winning his first Grand Slam at Wimbledon 20 years ago, tennis legend and ‘The Greatest Player’ Roger Federer called it quits. While speaking after his last match, Swiss tennis star Roger Federer was overwhelmed, his wife, teammate Rafael Nadal and other people also showed up after listening to his conversation.
Roger Federer called it quits after winning Grand Slam at Wimbledon
The 41-year-old Swiss player last played Wimbledon in 2021 and has announced his retirement. According to the AFP news agency, Roger Federer, while playing for Europe in the Liver Cup in London, could not succeed in the men’s doubles match with his fellow tennis legend Rafael Nadal. He left the game with 20 Grand Slams, Federer having won 8 Wimbledon, 6 Australian Open, 5 US Open and one French Open trophy. Apart from this, he has won 28 Masters, Davis Cup for Switzerland in 2014 and Olympic doubles gold medal in 2008 with friend Stan Warnka.