Roger Federer Net Worth

Roger Federer Net Worth
Roger Federer Net Worth

Roger Federer net worth

Current Net Worth$550 Million (USD – 55 Crores), (Rupees – 4.1 Thousand Crores)

Roger Federer short biography

Net Worth$550 Million
BornAugust 8, 1981 (Age – 40)
Identified asSwiss Professional Tennis Player
StatusAmazing Tennis Player
EducationDropped out at the age of 16
NationalitySwiss
ResidenceValbella, Switzerland
Spousal statusMarried (Mirka Federer)
Children4
Roger Federer short biography

Roger Federer has a net worth of $550 Million (Rupees – 4,185 Crores), an awesome Swiss professional Tennis player, well known for his amazing performance in Tennis.

Roger Federer is a professional tennis player from Switzerland.

The Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) has ranked his world No. 1 for 310 weeks, including a record 237 consecutive weeks, and he has won the year-end No. 1 five times.

He has 103 ATP singles titles, second only to Jimmy Connors in all-time, including 20 Grand Slam titles, a record eighth men’s singles Wimbledon trophies, and a record six year-end titles.

Federer is a skilled all-court player whose apparent ease has made him a favorite among tennis fans.

He altered his on-court behavior from a lack of self-control as a junior to becoming well-liked for his overall graciousness, receiving the Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award 13 times.

He’s also a five-time winner of the Laureus World Sportsman of the Year award. Aside from participating, he was a key figure in the development of the Laver Cup team tournament.

He’s also a generous philanthropist. He founded the Roger Federer Foundation to help needy children in southern Africa, and the Match for Africa exhibition series has helped him generate funding.

He is consistently one of the top ten highest-paid sportsmen in any sport, and in 2020, he will be the first athlete in the world to earn $100 million in endorsement money.

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Roger Federer biography

Full NameRoger Federer
BirthplaceBasel, Switzerland
Height6.1 feet, 185 cm
Weight85 Kg
FatherRobert Federer
MotherLynette Du Rand
Roger Federer Biography

Federer was born in Basel, Switzerland, on August 8, 1981.

Robert Federer, his Swiss-German father, hails from Berneck in the Canton of St. Gallen, and Lynette Federer, his Afrikaner mother, hails from Kempton Park, Gauteng, South Africa.

Diana, his older sister and the mother of twins, is his only sibling.

Federer is a dual nationality of Switzerland and South Africa because his mother is a South African.

He grew up on the French and German borders in adjacent Birsfelden, Riehen, and finally Münchenstein, and speaks fluent Swiss German, Standard German, English, and French, as well as functional Italian and Swedish.

His native tongue is Swiss German. In 1992 and 1993, he worked as a ball boy at the Swiss Indoors, an event held in his hometown of Basel.

Federer, like all other male Swiss nationals, was required to serve in the Swiss Armed Forces.

However, in 2003, he was deemed “unsuitable,” and he was released from his military obligations. Instead, he joined the civil protection force and was forced to pay a penalty of 3% of his taxable income.

He grew up rooting for FC Basel as well as the Swiss national team.

He also attributes his hand-eye coordination to his participation in a variety of sports as a kid, including badminton and basketball.

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Education

He was dropped out at the age of 16.

Career

Federer’s first junior match was in 1996, when he was 14 years old, at a grade 2 competition in Switzerland.

Federer made his ATP debut in his native nation of Switzerland, in the 1998 Swiss Open Gstaad, when he was defeated in the first round by Lucas Arnold Ker. In Toulouse later that year, he defeated Guillaume Raoux in his first ATP match.

Federer won his first singles title in the Milan Indoor event in 2001, defeating Julien Boutter in the final.

He reached his first Masters final in 2002, when he lost to former and future No. 1 Andre Agassi on hard court at the Miami Masters.

Federer won his first Grand Slam singles championship in 2003, defeating Andy Roddick in the semifinals and Mark Philippoussis in the final at Wimbledon.

Federer became the first guy since Mats Wilander in 1988 to win three Grand Slam singles championships in a single season in 2004.

Federer failed to reach the finals of the first two Grand Slam tournaments in 2005, losing the Australian Open semifinal to future champion Safin despite possessing match points, and the French Open semifinal to eventual champion Rafael Nadal while holding match points.

In terms of statistics, Federer’s 2006 season was the greatest of his career.

Federer reached the finals of all four Grand Slam singles tournaments in 2007, winning three of them. He won the Australian Open without dropping a set in the final, against Fernando González.

Federer’s success in 2008 was limited by a long-term case of mononucleosis, which he contracted in the first part of the year.

Federer had 13 Grand Slams as the 2009 season began, one less than Pete Sampras’ all-time record.

Federer finished in the top two for the seventh year in a row in 2010.

2011 was a down year for Federer, despite being a good year by most players’ standards.

Federer’s 2012 season saw him win the most matches since 2006, as well as the greatest winning % and amount of trophies since 2007.

In January 2017, Federer competed in the Hopman Cup and the Australian Open.

Federer reached the final of the 2018 Australian Open without dropping a set, and he successfully defended his championship in a five-set final against Marin ili.

Federer, the two-time defending champion, was seeded third for the 2019 Australian Open.

Federer’s 2020 season began at the Australian Open in 2020.

Federer withdrew from the 2021 Australian Open in January, citing his continued recovery from knee surgery and Australia’s severe COVID-19 quarantine regulations.

Endorsements

Federer became the first tennis player to top Forbes’ list of the world’s highest-paid sportsmen in May 2020.

Uniqlo, a Japanese apparel manufacturer, as well as Nationale Suisse, Credit Suisse, On, Rolex, Lindt, Sunrise, and Jura Elektroapparate, all have backed him.

Mercedes-Benz China extended its support into a worldwide cooperation agreement in 2010.

Gillette, Wilson, Barilla, and Mot & Chandon are among his other sponsors.

He had worked with Nike, NetJets, Emmi AG, and Maurice Lacroix as an ambassador.

Roger Federer income model

Monthly Income$6 Million+ (Rupees – 45 Crore+)
Yearly Income$80 Million+ (Rupees – 608 Crore+)
Roger Federer income model

Private & early life

Federer is married to Miroslava Federer, a former Women’s Tennis Association player whom he met while they were both participating for Switzerland at the 2000 Sydney Olympics.

Mirka, as she is known, retired from the tour in 2002 due to a foot issue.

They married on April 11, 2009, at Wenkenhof Villa in Riehen, near Basel, in front of a small number of close friends and family.

She gave birth to identical twin girls in 2009. In 2014, they had another set of identical twins, this time boys.

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