While all eyes were on Wimbledon last week, three legends of the sport made an impact of their own away from the grass courts of the All England Club.
On 4 July, Roger Federer joined fellow Arthur Ashe Humanitarian Award winner Richard Krajicek and wheelchair tennis icon Esther Vergeer for a
Roger Federer joined a parade of former Wimbledon champions on Centre Court Sunday to celebrate the centenary of the famous show court. The Swiss has not competed since his quarter-final run one year ago at the All England Lawn Tennis Club, but was thrilled to be back on the
During the 2017 NBA preseason, Roger Federer linked up with the Golden State Warriors ahead of a game in Shanghai. The Swiss legend's visit left a lasting impression on Warriors head coach Steve Kerr.
Speaking ahead of Monday's Game 5 of the NBA Finals, Kerr explained in a press conference the
Roger Federer took a high-octane break from the practice court in Barcelona on Saturday as the Swiss legend caught up with Formula 1 great Lewis Hamilton at the Spanish Grand Prix.
Federer was at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya watching qualifying for Sunday’s race, the sixth round of
Roger Federer is targeting the Laver Cup in late September as his return to the ATP Tour and has ambitions to play Wimbledon in 2023. Tony Godsick, Federer’s longtime agent, revealed the comeback plan in an interview this week with the London Evening Standard.
"He's exactly where he wants to be
Rehab following knee surgery is preventing Roger Federer from lighting up the ATP Tour at the moment, but it is not stopping the 103-time tour-level titlist from delivering off the court.
In his role as President of the Roger Federer Foundation, the Swiss this week visited Malawi to show his support for
© Corinne Dubreuil/ATP Tour Roger Federer made a surprise visit to the Laver Cup last September.
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Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal will compete in this year’s Laver Cup, to be held from 23-25 September at The O2 in London, the event announced on Thursday.
“I’m really looking forward to getting back into competition later this year and Laver Cup is very much part of my plan,”
© Matthew Stockman/Getty Images Novak Djokovic (20), Rafael Nadal (21) and Roger Federer (20) have combined to win 61 major singles titles.
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Americans Jenson Brooksby and Mackenzie McDonald join Roger Federer, Aslan Karatsev and Rafael Nadal as winners in the 2021 ATP Awards.
Brooksby, 21, and the 26-year-old McDonald win respectively in the Newcomer of the Year and Comeback Player of the Year categories. Brooksby rose from outside the Top 300 at the