Roger Federer hits a backhand during the Wimbledon final in 2017.
Teenager Federer hits a shot while en route to winning the junior title at Wimbledon in 1998.
Federer with his parents, Robert and Lynette, in 1998.
Federer hit a forehand at Wimbledon in 2003. He went on to win the championship, his first Grand Slam title.
Federer and Serena Williams standing with the Wimbledon Trophies in 2003.
Federer celebrates after defeating Lleyton Hewitt to win his first US Open in 2004.
Federer signs on camera after a game at the 2005 French Open.
Federer plays the leader Andy Roddick during the 2005 Wimbledon final. Federer won five consecutive Wimbledon titles from 2003-2007.
Federer and Andre Agassi hit balls on the helipad at the Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, in 2005. That was before a tournament in Dubai.
Federer and his future wife, Mirka, hang out in Paris together. She was also a professional tennis player. They married in 2009.
Federer accepts his title after defeating Agassi to win the 2005 US Open.
Federer sits next to Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour at the Marc Jacobs Fashion Show in New York in 2006.
Federer and Rafael Nadal played a show in a half-mud and half-grass match in Spain in 2007. Federer has excelled on grass throughout his career. Nadal is widely known as the “King of Mud”.
Federer lifted his trophy in front of the crowd after winning his fifth successive victory at Wimbledon in 2007.
Federer and Stanislas Wawrinka celebrate after winning the Olympic gold medal in doubles in 2008.
Federer returned a shot to Novak Djokovic during a match in Monaco in 2008.
Nadal consoles Federer after his 2009 Australian Open final defeat. The two contenders pushed each other throughout their careers.
Federer fell to his knees after winning the French Open in 2009. He completed the elusive Grand Slam title for Federer.
Federer played a shot in the 2009 Wimbledon final.
Federer celebrates after winning Wimbledon in 2009. This was his 15th title, which at the time was the most ever for a men’s tennis player.
Federer poses with children in Kore Ropa, Ethiopia, while visiting a school funded by his charitable foundation, the Roger Federer Foundation, in 2010.
Federer plays Andy Murray in the 2010 Australian Open final.
Federer salutes Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II while attending Wimbledon 2010.
Federer serves during the 2011 Australian Open, winning the tournament six times in his career.
After winning a championship in Switzerland, Federer stood with the Ball Boys and Girls picking up slices of pizza in 2011. Federer, who once worked as a ball boy in Basel, hosted the pizza party.
Federer walks off the field with Murray after Murray defeats him in the 2012 Olympics final in London.
Federer takes to the court for a match in the 2013 ATP Tour Finals.
Federer signs autographs for fans in Shanghai, China, in 2013.
Federer fell during Wimbledon’s semi-final match against Milos Raonic in 2016. He had a knee injury that year, and he injured it again during the loss to Raonic.
Federer and Murray play a charity match on a catamaran in Zurich, Switzerland, in 2017.
Federer won the 2017 Australian Open, defeating Nadal in the final. This was his first Grand Slam title since coming out with knee surgery.
Federer practices in Indian Wells, California, in 2017.
Federer saw his wife, Mirka, and their four children after winning Wimbledon in 2017. Federer has two sets of twins: an identical twin and a fraternal twin.
Federer cries alongside Martin Cilic after winning the 2018 Australian Open. This was the last Grand Slam title of his career.
Federer backhand Nadal during the French Open semi-finals in 2019.
Federer and Williams take a selfie after competing together in mixed doubles in 2019.
Federer is leaving Wimbledon Central Court after losing in the quarter-finals in 2021.
Federer and Djokovic attend the centenary celebrations at Wimbledon in July.
Federer announced this month that his Laver Cup appearance would be the last match of his professional career.
Federer plays a backhand during the last professional game of his career at the Laver Cup in London on Friday, September 23. He was with fellow star Rafael Nadal.
Federer and Nadal torn apart after losing the doubles match on Friday.
Federer was lifted into the air by his fellow players after competing in his last game on Friday.