Roger Federer Story Parents Gave 2 Years To Succeed Tennis Grand Slam

Switzerland’s tennis star and world number-4 Roger Roger Federer (39) said he had a tough time when he was 16 years old. At that time, he was unable to concentrate on sports due to studies. For this reason, he asked his father to leave his studies. On this, the father gave him 2 years and said that if he is not successful, he will have to leave tennis and go to school.

Roger Federer Story Parents Gave 2 Years To Succeed Tennis Grand Slam

Roger Federer holds the record for the most 20 Tennis Grand Slam wins. He has won 8 Wimbledon, 6 Australian Open, 5 US Open and one French Open. Roger Federer is followed by Spain’s Rafael Nadal, who has won 19 Grand Slams.

Parents did not believe in my qualifications. The Swiss player said, “My parents used to spend around 30,000 Swiss francs (about 24 lakh rupees) on my tennis training every year. However, the parents did not believe in my qualifications. He used to think that it is difficult to become my professional tennis player. ”

In two years, Junior had become World No. 1, Roger Federer said, “When I was 16, I told parents that if I leave school, I will be able to give 100% attention to my sports tennis. Then my father gave me 2 years to succeed. If I failed during this time or could not become a professional player, I would have to leave tennis and go to school. I told them to trust me. I became World No.1 in Junior within two years.

Roger Federer, who is the second player to win more than 100 titles, has
been No. 1 in the ATP World Rankings for 310 weeks. During this period, he was consistently number-1 for 237 weeks, a record. Roger Federer is the second player to win more than 100 singles titles after former US tennis star Jimmy Connors. He has also recorded over 1200 wins in the open era.

Roger Federer will be away from the game this year, Roger Federer’s right knee injury has emerged. For this reason, he will not be able to play in any tournament including the US and French Open this year. Roger Federer had tweeted that he would abstain from tennis until early 2021. They have asked for time to be 100% ready.

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