A Celebration of Roger Federer by Rolex | SENATUS



A Celebration of Roger Federer by Rolex

13 December 2022

Rolex celebrates Roger Federer’s towering achievements and his ability to bring such joy to the tennis world over his long and glorious career.

Roger Federer’s accomplishments include 20 Grand Slam® singles titles, six ATP Finals crowns, more than 1,200 career match wins, two Olympic medals, a Davis Cup triumph and 310 weeks in the World No. 1 ranking.

Early in his career, when he was ranked in the top 100 players, Federer was, by his own admission, a very impatient and sometimes bad-tempered athlete. He decided, in his own words, “to become his own best friend”. And so the champion learned to manage pressure and show the utmost respect for the game. He won his first Grand Slam® title in 2003.

The Swiss player is also known for his attitude on court, his elegance and ability to challenge himself and continue raising his game. With these qualities, he has stood the test of time, remaining at the top of the sport for more than 15 years.

The brand looks forward to continuing its partnership as he embraces new challenges.

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