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24 Years Like 24 Hours Roger Federer Announce Retirement

Federer has won his first grand slam in 2003, when he took home his first Wimbledon title.

Federer has since gone to win six Australian Opens 1, one French Open, 8 Wimbledonand five US Open titles.

The tennis legend Roger Federer, the first male athlete to have won 20 grand slam titles He has made the announcement to quit the sport following the Laver Cup 2022.

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Federer announced his decision via a tweet on his Twitter account. Federer was the first to win a grand slam in 2003,

When he took home his first Wimbledon title. He went to win six Australian Open, 1 French Open and 8 Wimbledon and five US Open titles.

He's been fighting an injury to his knee for quite a while. "The Laver Cup next week in London will be my final ATP event," the athlete said in a tweet posted on his Twitter page.

The 41-year-old, who has won twenty Grand Slam titles has been absent after a quarter-final loss to Wimbledon in 2021 prior to undergoing another knee surgery.

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Federer is ranked third as regards the total grand slam titles he has won,

Behind his main competitors Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic.