Roger Federer turns 38!

Even though Roger Federer turns 38 today, he is still going strong! The Swiss superstar return next week to play in Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati. Rogers first professional match was in ATP Gstaad in 1998. 21 years later he is still playing professional and is currently number 3 on the ATP world ranking. Federers record for 2019 is 38-5 which indicates that he is still going strong, at an age where most men would have retired years ago.

Us here at wishes him a happy birthday, and we hope to see him for the next many years.

Who's will win Rogers cup 2019?
  • Rafael Nadal 100%, 2 votes
    2 votes 100%
    2 votes - 100% of all votes
  • Daniil Medvedev 0%, 0 votes
    0 votes
    0 votes - 0% of all votes
Total Votes: 2
august 11, 2019 - august 12, 2019
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