Roger Federer's statistics in Laver Cup over the years

Including both singles and doubles competitions, Federer has participated in 171 tournaments in his career and has won 111 of them.

Roger Federer in a file photo. (Image credit: Twitter)
By Nilavro Ghosh | Sep 21, 2022 | 3 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

Over the past couple of decades, Roger Federer has created one of the greatest sporting legacies in the history of the world. His 20 Grand Slam victories is a statistic known by the public, but when one takes a look at exactly how many titles the Swiss as won over the years, they would be awe-struck. Including both singles and doubles competitions, Federer has participated in 171 tournaments in his career and has won 111 of them. These include 20 Grand Slam titles, 28 ATP 1000 singles titles, 24 ATP 500 singles titles and 25 ATP 250 singles titles. He is one of the very few sports personalities that nobody dislikes regardless of their sporting inclination as the work he has done for the sport of tennis is truly incomparable.

At 41, the great man has finally decided to hang up his boots and his final dance will be at the 2022 Laver Cup. While the Laver Cup was created more like an exhibition tournament, it has proven to be an undeniable source of entertainment since its inception in 2017. This year adds even more impetus for fans to view as it will be Federer’s final farewell. The Swiss is unbeaten when it comes to singles action in the Laver Cup. His doubles record might not be that impressive but overall, Federer holds a 8-3 win-loss record at the competition, winning a total of 18 points.

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Roger Federer Laver Cup statistics

Total singles matches played – 6. Win-loss – 6-0

Total doubles matches played – 5. Win-loss – 2-3

Total matches played – 11. Win-loss – 8-3

Total singles points won – 15

Total doubles points won – 3

Total points won – 18

Federer to play only one match, partnering with Nadal

Roger Federer will participate in the evening doubles match at the Laver Cup on Friday, his final match as a professional tennis player. The 20-time Grand Slam winner announced last week that he would retire from tennis after this year’s Laver Cup, prompting condolences from throughout the world. Ahead of his Laver Cup news conference on Wednesday morning, the 41-year-old revealed he will only play doubles for Team Europe in his final competition on Friday.

Roger Federer was in prime form for close to a decade as he held the No.1 ranking for over 300 weeks.
Roger Federer was in prime form for close to a decade as he held the No.1 ranking for over 300 weeks. (Image credit: Twitter)

“I am quite surprised how well I am playing in practice here. But it was already clear beforehand that I would only play doubles, probably on Friday evening. That’s why playing the Swiss Indoors in Basel was no longer an option,” the Swiss said as per Eurosport. “It was tough, the whole comeback was extremely difficult. I was so far from 100 percent. Reaching the quarter-finals at Wimbledon was unbelievable for me. The last set against [Hurbert] Hurkacz was one of the worst hours of my career.”

Speaking about who he would like to partner with in what is to be the final match of his career, Federer mentioned revealed that pairing up with long-time rival and close friend Rafael Nadal would be an ‘absolute dream’. “Maybe I can play doubles with Rafa, that would be an absolute dream,” Federer said as per Swiss Radio and Television (SRF).




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