Going to the World Cup 2022, it’s only fair that the age-defying football giants continue to be pivotal to the success of their teams.
On court Roger Federer’s superlative domination co-existed with a mysterious meltdown. He was human after all
Roger Federer, 41, called time on his professional tennis career last week. He left the game with 20 Grand Slams.
"I still feel my body is serving me, is listening to me well. That’s the key I think when you get to 35-plus," said Djokovic.
Izyan Ahmad 'Zizou', a Roger Federer superfan, has a memory he will treasure all his life.
The Spaniard, who has won a men’s record 22 Grand Slam titles, later said that an important part of him was also leaving the Tour with the retirement of Federer
Tennis legend Roger Federer's last match was at Laver Cup in London on September 23. He played alongside his longtime rival Rafael Nadal. The pair played against the United States' Jack Sock and Frances Tiafoe.
Tennis legend Roger Federer played his final match alongside long-time rival Rafael Nadal at the Laver Cup in London on September 23.
Pictures and videos of Federer and Nadal – who shared one of tennis’s most enthralling rivalries – crying together after combining for Team Europe in a doubles defeat at London’s O2 Arena went viral on social media, leaving their legions of fans highly emotional.
Sporting legends' retirement makes us react with disbelief and sadness, as their journeys offer us the gifts and sorrows of what human excellence brings.
Although he was happy with his farewell address on Friday, Federer said he felt there were a few more words of thanks he needed to dole out to fans in other parts of the world.
It's been a perfect journey,Federer said. I would do it all over again.
What drives Federer fans into such paroxysms of ecstasy and vows of devotion? As he retires from the game, we explore his allure.
Roger Federer has teamed up with Rafael Nadal for his last match, a Laver Cup doubles.
The 41-year-old Swiss great will play competitively for the last time at this week's Laver Cup, turning out for Team Europe alongside Rafa Nadal, Andy Murray and Djokovic - the three biggest rivals of his glittering 24-year career.
Wearing a blue blazer with the sleeves rolled up to his elbows, and a white polo shirt, Federer took questions for about a half-hour, occasionally smiling or chuckling at his own jokes.
But were they? In every sport, we constantly hear claims that this one or that one is the greatest who’s ever played the game.
1,500-plus matches and 24 years later, one of the greatest players of our times is ready to hang up his boots.
Being a Federer fan during the 2000s felt like you owned the world. There was an aura of invincibility around him that you could sense through your TV screens.
Such has been the dominance and rivalry of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic that it is impossible to write about any of them without mentioning the other two.
He who made and continues to make so many women across all age groups weak in the knees has cited knee problems for his decision not to play Grand Slams anymore – the irony of that!
Roger Federer met Mirka during the 2000 Sydney Olympics, where they were both representing Switzerland.
From China to India, and France to the United States, world media hailed Roger Federer as one of the finest sportsmen ever on Friday after the Swiss legend announced he will retire from tennis.
Swiss tennis legend Roger Federer announced his plans to retire from the game in a poignant letter on September 15.
His machismo lay in his good sportsmanship, decency, old-school stoicism, and mental toughness