Federer is a great player or Nadal

Best of all time or a really great player?

According to many fans and insiders, the Swiss maestro can be described as the greatest of all time. During his incredible career, which began in 1998, the Swiss champion won 103 titles, including 20 Grand Slams.

He is the only player after Jimmy Connors to have won 100 or more career singles titles and 1,200 wins in the Open Era. At the Wimbledon Championships, Roger Federer reached his record final at 12.

Tournament after beating his archenemy Rafael Nadal in four sets in the semi-finals, seeking revenge for his previous loss at the French Open. Federer then faced Novak Djokovic in the final, to whom he lost in a five-set thriller that lasted four hours and 57 minutes, despite having two championship points in the fifth set.

In 2020, the Spaniard was able to put him at the top of this special ranking. The Mallorcan finished the season in first place for the fifth time in his career. Even Novak Djokovic could make it, especially if he manages to defend his title at the Australian Open.

During an interview after his exhibition tour in Latin America, Roger recently discussed his pre-season training sessions: "I've just started training. I'm surprised I could run the stairs as well as I did," grinned Federer.

"My calves are killing me. I'm at it. The shock of the body is that I don't want to say" immense "every time, but I've been on vacation for two weeks. The shock hits you hard.

“Federer will also play an exhibition event in Hangzhou (China) from December 27-29, 2019.