After 15,000 matches, 20 Grand Slam titles and 24 years, Roger Federer announces Retirement!

Roger Freder : " the bittersweet decision but a lot to celebrate "

Roger Federer Returns to Centre Court on his Retirement

At age 27, he surpassed Pete Sampras' Record of 14 major men's singles titles at Wimbledon in 2009.

Federer’s never retired mid-match (in over 1300 matches over a 19 year career)

Federer has the most wins over top-10 ranked players in the Open Era and is the first player ever to reach 200 top-10 wins

Federer’s 2006: [Most tournaments won in a season – 12]

Serena Williams welcomes Roger Federer to 'retirement club'

Roger Federer so many memories, so many emotions, so much magic. wishing him all the best