Roger Federer is a professional tennis player from Switzerland. The Association of Tennis Professionals ranked him first in the world.

He has won 103 ATP singles titles, the second most of all time, including 20 Grand Slams and an Open Era record-tying five US Open titles.

Roger Federer was born on 8 August 1981 in Basel, Switzerland, to a Swiss-German father and Afrikaner mother.

Roger Federer played his first junior tennis match at the age of 14. He won four ITF junior singles titles and reached the US Open Junior final in 1998.

Roger Federer made his ATP debut at the 1998 Swiss Open Gstaad. As of 2021, he is a 10-time champion of the tournament.

Federer won his first ATP match in Toulouse against Guillaume Raoux in 1998. He lost in the first round to Andre Agassi in 1998 Swiss Indoors.

The 35-year-old Swiss maestro is expected to announce his retirement from the sport on 15 September 2022, noting that the Laver Cup would be his final ATP event.

Federer won a record 17th major, a record-equaling 7th Wimbledon, and returned to No. 1. At Wimbledon, Federer defeated Julien Benneteau in a five-set match.

Federer's net worth is estimated to be $550 million after a career that has earned him nearly $1 billion in endorsements and over $115 million from tennis.

Federer is married to Miroslava Federer, a former Women's Tennis Association player whom he met while competing for Switzerland at the 2000 Sydney Olympics.