How many times has Roger won the US Open?

How many times has Roger won the US Open?

Roger Federer

Wimbledon W (2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2012, 2017)
US Open W (2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008)
Other tournaments
Tour Finals W (2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2011)

Which tennis player has won the most US Open titles?


Player Number Years (first to last title)
1. Bill Tilden 16 1913-29
2. Richard Sears 13 1881-87
3. Bob Bryan 9 2003-14
Open Era

How many Grand Slams has Federer lost?

11 Grand Slam Finals losses
Federer’s 11 Grand Slam Finals losses have come against Rafael Nadal (6), Juan Martin del Potro (1), and Novak Djokovic (4). The tennis icon is 1-4 against Djokovic in Grand Slam Finals.

How many U.S. Open has Djokovic won?

3 US Opens
Djokovic is widely viewed as one of the greatest hardcourt players of the Open Era. He has won a record 12 hard court major titles (9 Australian Opens & 3 US Opens), surpassing Federer’s record of 11.

Is Federer playing US Open?

Wimbledon will be in his sights, after not playing at the All-England Club since 2019, pre-pandemic. He could choose one of the two, Montreal Masters and Cincinnati, but the US Open is just before the Laver Cup and he will be itching to win that and continue his hot streak, especially if he wins the French Open.

When will Federer play next?

Still, Federer, who will turn 41 next August, added that it’s possible he might not return until 2023. “If you push the reasoning further, it doesn’t make much difference whether I return until 2022 or not until 2023,” he told Swiss newspaper La Tribune de Geneve, according to The New York Times. “At 40 or 41, it’s the same.

Did Federer win last night?

Did Federer win last night? Federer overcomes Koepfer. After 3h35 of play, Federer take it away at the end of the night! Manhandled by Koepfer and irregular, the Swissis beaten, regained some pep in the 3rd set and managed to finish in the 4th round. Who is Federer’s next opponent?

Where is Federer playing now?

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