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Billionaire Roger Federer to Receive Hero’s Welcome on His Favorite Turf as Massive Tribute Planned for Wimbledon’s All-Time Great

Published 04/25/2023, 9:29 AM EDT

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Wimbledon is arguably the most prestigious Grand Slam, and Swiss Roger Federer holds the record of having won it the most number of times. During Federer’s incredible career, he clinched 8 Wimbledon singles titles. Sadly, in 2022, the maestro decided to hang up his racket, and he will be sorely missed at the 2023 Wimbledon Championships.

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However, according to a veteran tennis writer, Wimbledon will celebrate the Swiss legend’s career this year. While the details of the celebration are yet to emerge, for Federer and his fans, it’s already building up to be something special.

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Simon Cambers, one of the finest tennis writers in the world, recently revealed the development on Twitter. “Wimbledon also says it will be celebrating @rogerfederer career in “an appropriate way” at this year’s Championships.

However, how Wimbledon plans to celebrate Roger Federer’s career is still in the dark. In his tweet, Cambers added, “More details to come, they say”. For all we know, there’s every chance that the great Federer himself will show up to make things extra special.


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Cambers followed Federer closely throughout his career. Furthermore, he also has co-written a book on the tennis icon titled ‘The Roger Federer Effect’ alongside author Simon Graf.

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Roger Federer reached his first Wimbledon final in 2003, which he won in straight sets against Mark Philippoussis. He won his second and third consecutive Wimbledon titles in 2004 and 2005. On both occasions, he got the better of American Andy Roddick. In 2006, Federer faced a young Rafael Nadal and made short work of him. Nadal came back stronger in the 2007 final. However, Nadal ultimately fell short as Federer proved his supremacy over the Spaniard on grass. His post-match fashion faux pas was the only downside at the time.


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In the 2009 final, Federer faced Roddick yet again, and history repeated itself. For his next Wimbledon title, he defeated Andy Murray in the 2012 final following a memorable win over favorite Novak Djokovic in the semifinals. Last but not least, Federer cemented his legacy as the all-time best at Wimbledon in 2017 with a convincing win over Marin Cilic in the final.

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Sudipto Pati

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Sudipto is a Tennis writer at EssentiallySports. He completed his graduation in Journalism and Mass Communication in 2012. His passion for writing became a full-time profession in 2019 after working as a musician and travelling educator.

Edited By: Arijit Saha