Legend Roger Federer is set to retire from tennis following the upcoming Laver Cup. The 41-year-old stated that he will play more tennis in future, but "just not at Grand Slams or on the ATP Tour."
Federer owns most Wimbledon men's singles titles (8). He also has six Australian Open, five
US Open titles, and one French Open title. He
has a win-loss record of 369-60 at Grand Slams.
Federer last clinched a Grand Slam title in 2018 (Australian Open). He defeated Marin Cilic 6-2,
6-7(5), 6-3, 3-6, 6-1 to win his sixth Australian Open title.
Federer has won the second-most ATP matches
in tennis history (1,251-275). He is one of the two players to have won over 100 titles (103), the other being Connors (109).
The impending Laver Cup will be Federer's last. He will team up with his Spanish counterpart Rafael Nadal in the tournament, scheduled to
be played in September.