Monday, 27 May 2019

Roger Federer won his 100th title on his career as professional tennis player


Roger Federer Roger Federer - Roger Federer reached a new level in his brilliant career. He won the 100th singles number title during his career in professional tennis. The 100th title won by Federer is the Dubai Tennis Championships. In the final match which took place on Saturday, March 2nd 2019, he defeated Stefanos Tsitsipas with 6-4 and 6-4.

To reach 100 ATP titles, Federer took 18 years. The first trophy he won was Milan Indoors on February 4th, 2001. "It was truly a dream come true. I am satisfied. It feels great to win the eighth title in Dubai and combined with the 100th title in a single number" Federer was quoted as saying by the BBC.

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Of the 100 titles won by Federer in single numbers, 20 of which are Grand Slams. Not planning to retire even though he is now 37 years old, Federer is still very likely to add to his collection of titles. "I am happy that I am still healthy. I am happy that I have an extraordinary team. The family, they all support me, I will never thank them enough."

"It is now in the era where the record was successfully broken, but not for me" said Federer when asked about the chances of him breaking more records. And now Roger Federer is one of the players who has a remarkable row of victories in the 21st century.


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