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Roger Federer has 102 career titles. Can he make it 103 at this year’s Wimbledon?

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Roger Federer has broken most records out there but he’s still lagging behind Jimmy Connors in terms of number of tournaments won. Connors won 109 titles in his career and Federer is currently on 103.

 

Who would bet against the 37 year old Roger Federer winning at least 7 more titles and overtaking Connors? At the age of 37 he’s already won 3 titles in 2019 and Connors played on into his 40’s!

Federer has a chance to make it 103 titles with a win in this year’s Wimbledon men’s singles and he’s been handed a massive boost from the organisers who have seeded him No.2 ahead of his great rival Rafa Nadal. Nadal’s world ranking is higher than Federer at No.2 and he’s been very outspoken against the system that Wimbledon employ to seed the players. Nadal has also received plenty of support from influential figures in tennis regards this matter.

But Federer won’t care as he’s the one that has really benefited form the seeding system and he now knows that he probably won’t have to play Nadal or Djokovic until the final and because of the same system, his potential semi final opponent is an ‘out of practise’ Kevin Anderson. Of course it was Anderson that knocked out Federer in last years epic semi final, which in itself added to Wimbledon’s decision to introduce 5th set tie breaks this year.

Here you’ll find a list of every title that Roger Federer has won in his career so far:

Hard courts

Clay

Grass

Carpet

*indoors

 

2001

Milan*

 

2002

Sydney

Hamburg

Vienna*

 

2003

Marseille*

Dubai

Munich

Halle

Wimbledon

Vienna*

ATP Finals (Houston)

 

2004

Australian Open

Dubai

Indian Wells

Hamburg

Halle

Wimbledon

Gstaad

Toronto

US Open

Bangkok*

ATP Finals (Houston)

 

2005

Doha

Rotterdam*

Dubai

Indian Wells

Miami

Hamburg

Halle

Wimbledon

Cincinnati

US Open

Bangkok*

 

2006

Doha

Australian Open

Indian Wells

Miami

Halle

Wimbledon

Toronto

US Open

Tokyo

Madrid*

Carpet Basel

ATP Finals (Shanghai)*

 

2007

Australian Open

Dubai

Hamburg

Wimbledon

Cincinnati

US Open

Basel*

ATP Finals (Shanghai)*

 

2008

Estoril

Halle

US Open

Basel*

 

2009

Madrid

French Open

Wimbledon

Cincinnati

 

2010

Australian Open

Cincinnati

Stockholm*

Basel*

ATP Finals (London)*

 

2011

Doha

Basel*

Paris (Bercy)*

ATP Finals (London)*

 

2012

Rotterdam*

Dubai

Indian Wells

Madrid

Wimbledon

Cincinnati

 

2013

Halle

 

2014

Dubai

Halle

Cincinnati

Shanghai

Basel*

 

2015

Brisbane

Dubai

Istanbul

Halle

Cincinnati

Basel*

 

2017

Australian Open

Indian Wells

Miami

Halle

Wimbledon

Shanghai

Basel*

 

2018

Australian Open

Rotterdam*

Stuttgart

Basel*

 

2019

Dubai

Miami

Halle

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