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Sunday, March 3, 2019

Federer's 100th titles in Numbers, most wins, records, milestones.

 Roger Federer 100th career titles in Numbers, most wins at, records, milestones.



Swiss Star ROGER FEDERER name will be written in Tennis History in Golden words, due to getting another HUGE achievement by winning the 100th career title after beating Stefanos Tsitsipas 6-4 6-4 in the final of the Dubai Tennis Championships 2019.

It is a Massive Tennis World Record in history to capture the winning the 100th singles titles, he is Second Man -  after the - after American Jimmy Connors - to reach the landmark, and the first for 35 years, who holds the 109th singles titles, Now Swiss Star is just Nine titles behind.





Roger Federer 100th career titles in Numbers, most title wins






 Where Roger Federer has won most titles, by tournament.?


 Federer, 37, first ATP title claimed at the Milan Open on 4 February, 2001, when he beat Frenchman Julien Boutter at the age of 19-year-old.

 50 of Federer's titles have come in Europe, 24 in North America, 18 in Asia and eight in Australia.


 GERRY WEBER Open, Halle, Germany,  -  9 wins.

Basel, Switzerland, - 9 wins.

Wimbledon, UK,  -   -  8 wins.

Dubai Tennis, UAE, -  8 wins.

The Western & Southern Open  - Cincinnati,  -  7 wins.



 Federer's 100 titles at a glance. Overview.



 Federer has spent 52,152 minutes on court during his 100 title wins. That's 869 hours - just over 36 days. It's enough time to watch the full series of eight Harry Potter films from start to finish 44 times.


 30 cities
548 matches
83,302 points
46,508 points won
4,378 aces
52,152 minutes on court.


 #RF100 titles  - RogerFederer Milestone Titles 


1st: 2001 -  Milan open -  def. Julien Boutter 6-4 6-7 6-4
10th: 2003 - ErsteBankOpen -  def.  Carlos Moya 6-3 6-3 6-3
25th: 2005 - Dubai Tennis Champs  - def.   Ivan Ljubicic  6-1 6-7 6-3
50th: 2007 -  Cincinnati Open - def.  James Blake 6-1 6-4
100th: 2019 - Dubai Tennis Champs  - def.  Stefanos Tsitsipas 6-4 6-4




Roger Federer has won most titles, by tournament since 2001-2019




Compare: All-Time Most Men's singles titles wins in Tennis History.



 Dubai triumph moves Federer one closer to Connors' record of 109 titles, won between 1972 and 1989.
Swiss, Roger, 37 is still ahead of Ivan Lendl, Rafael Nadal and John McEnroe, who are third, fourth and fifth respectively on the all-time list.

Fifteen-time Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic has won 73 titles, while Britain's Andy Murray is 14th with 45.


JimmyConnors -  109 titles

Roger Federer  -  100 titles

Ivan Lendl  -  94

Rafael Nadal  -  80

John Mcenroe  -  77




 Roger Federer Title Wins By the Numbers



Roger Federer has won the 20th Tennis Grand Slam tournaments, an all-time record.
 Six of Federer's titles have come at the ATP Finals, held at the end of the season among the best 8 players in a calendar year.
 Federer has won 27 Masters 1,000 titles - six fewer than record-holder Nadal and five fewer than Djokovic - plus a record 22 ATP 500 titles, and 25 ATP 250 titles.


1 as World No 7

5 time vs World No 1

6 ATP Finals

8 Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championship

9 title behind JimmyConnors

15 after losing 1st set

19 countries

20 Grand Slams

22 ATP 500s


25 ATP 250s

25 opponents now retired

27 ATP Masters 1000s

31 events

35 title defenses

50 opponents

57 time vs Top 10

67 in straight sets

68 younger opponents



Roger Federer on 2nd in List, Compare the All-Time Most Men's singles titles wins in Tennis History.




Who has Federer beaten most often in Finals?


 His most frequent opponent is the player he has faced the most times - Rafael Nadal.
The pair have met 24 times in finals, with Federer winning 10 and Nadal 14. That is a similar win ratio to all matches - Nadal leads their head-to-head 23-15.

 Andy Roddick is Federer's next most frequent final victim, having lost to the Swiss seven times in finals. Novak Djokovic is next on six, followed by Andy Murray on five and Ivan Ljubicic on four.

Rafael Nadal  -  10th time.
Andy Roddick  -  7th
Novak Djokovic  -  6th
Andy Murray  -    5th
Ivan Ljubicic  -  4th



 #RF100 titles - Roger Federer Title Wins by Opponent’s Nationality (25) 


United States of America: 15
Spain: 14
Russia: 8
France: 7
Great Britain: 7


 #RF100 titles - RogerFederer Titles by Country (19) 


  United States of America: 22
Germany: 15
Great Britain: 10
Switzerland: 10
Australia: 8
United Arab Emirates: 8


Roger Federer Titles by Age from 19 years till now.



Age  -  titles won.

19: 1
20: 2
21: 6
22: 10
23: 11
24: 9
25: 10
26: 6
27: 5
28: 2
29: 5
30: 8
31: 2
32: 2
33: 7
34: 2
35: 5
36: 5
37: 2



Roger Federer 100 Titles by Age from 19 years till now, by opponent, nationality in 1 Pictures.






And Even he could have more wins.



 Federer has been in 52 finals in addition to the 100 he has won. He has lost 25 of those in a deciding set.
The most famous of those came against Nadal in the 2008 Wimbledon final, which lasted four hours 48 minutes.

BUT...!

 Jimmy Connors' record remains a remarkable one.

He won his 109th and final tournament in Tel Aviv in the month after turning 37, and that was over six years before he finally called it a day.



 Is there any way Federer can catch Connors? Probably not, given his age, as he would need to maintain his recent strike rate for another couple of seasons.


If overtaking Connors' record was paramount, Federer could target the smaller, less competitive, events. But this would come at the expense of the Grand Slams, which remain Federer's overriding motivation.



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