Roger's Majors

Roger Federer is the winner of 17 major titles comprising 4 Australian Opens, 1 Roland Garros title, 7 Wimbledon crowns and 5 U. S. Opens. When he won at Roland Garros for the first time in 2009 he completed the career Grand Slam, the first player to achieve the feat since Andre Agassi.

Roger Federer won 5 consecutive Wimbledon crowns from 2003-2007 and 5 consecutive U. S. Opens from 2004-2008.

Roger Federer has also won the World Tour Finals (WTF) on 6 occasions, twice in Houston, Shanghai and London.

Roger Federer made his breakthrough with his first major trophy at Wimbledon in 2003. Federer beat Mark Philippoussis in straight sets, 7/6 6/2 7/6. Who could imagine what he would go on to achieve?

Roger Federer wins his second major trophy in Melbourne in 2004. Federer beat Marat Safin in the final 7/6 6/4 6/2

Highlights of the Australian Open final 2004 between Roger Federer and Marat Safin

Roger Federer celebrates winning match point at Wimbledon for the second time in his career. Federer beat Andy Roddick in the 2004 Wimbledon final 4/6 7/5 7/6 6/4

Roger Federer won his first US Open crown in 2004, thrashing Lleyton Hewitt 6/0 7/6 6/0 in the final. It was his 4th major triumph

Roger Federer vs Lleyton Hewitt at the US Open Final of 2004

Roger Federer defeated Andy Roddick 6/2 7/6 6/4 in the Wimbledon final of 2005. It was Federer's 3rd consecutive Wimbledon triumph. He had established himself as the king of grass.

Highlights of Federer vs Roddick, Wimbledon final 2005

Roger Federer beat Andre Agassi 6/3 2/6 7/6 6/1 in the US Open final of 2005. Six majors and counting. Perhaps Roger could become one of the greats?

Highlights of Federer vs Agassi in the US Open final, 2005

Roger Federer gets emotional following his win over Marcos Baghdatis in the Australian Open final of 2006. Federer beat the Cypriot 5/7 7/5 6/0 6/2, and was then presented with the trophy by Aussie great Rod Laver

Highlights of Federer vs Baghdatis at the 2006 Australian Open final. Federer was down a set and 5-2 before reeling off 11 straight games to take a 2 sets to 1 lead. Remarkable!

Roger Federer, complete with cream jacket, holds aloft the Wimbledon trophy after beating Rafael Nadal in 4 sets, 6/0 7/6 6/7 6/3 in the 2006 Wimbledon final. It was the first of 3 straight Wimbledon finals between the two of them

Watch Roger Federer beat Nadal in the 2006 Wimbledon final in this highlights reel:

Roger Federer poses with the US Open trophy after his 6/2 4/6 7/5 6/1 victory over Andy Roddick in 2006

Highlights of Federer vs Roddick, US Open final 2006 - some good stuff!

Roger Federer hoisted the 2007 Australian Open trophy after defeating hard-hitting Fernando Gonzalez 7/6 6/4 6/4 in the final. It was his 10th major title

Highlights of Federer vs Gonzalez from the 2007 Australian Open final:

In a thrilling final, Roger Federer defeated Rafael Nadal 7/6 4/6 7/6 2/6 6/2 to win his 5th consecutive Wimbledon final, matching Bjorn Borg's feat. Roger donned his white jacket and trousers for the trophy parade around Centre Court

Highlight of Roger Federer's 5-set win over Rafael Nadal in the Wimbledon final of 2007

Federer chose to wear an all-black outfit for the 2007 US Open, in which he beat Novak Djokovic 7/6 7/6 6/4 in the final. His black apparel and dominant performances earned him the nickname "Darth Federer" during the 2 weeks in Flushing Meadows

Highlights of Darth Federer at work against Novak Djokovic in the 2007 US Open final:

Federer celebrates after beating Andy Murray 6/2 7/5 6/2 in the US Open final of 2008. It was his sole major of the calendar year

The moment where Roger Federer won championship point at Roland Garros, in the 2009 final against Robin Soderling

It was an emotional moment for Federer as the realization that he had finally won Roland Garros, completed the career Grand Slam, and equalled Sampras' haul of 14 majors, sunk in

Federer lifts the Roland Garros trophy after his 6/1 7/6 6/4 win over Robin Soderling in the 2009 final

Highlights of Federer's maiden win at Roland Garros with his 2009 win over Robin Soderling:

Roger Federer surpassed Pete Sampras' record of 14 career majors, by winning his 15th at Wimbledon after a hard-fought 5/7 7/6 7/6 3/6 16/14 victory over Andy Roddick in the final of 2009. Here he stands with (L-R) Bjorn Borg, Pete Sampras and Rod Laver

Highlights of Federer and Roddick's amazing Wimbledon final of 2009. Federer really pulled the rabbit out of the hat with this one!

Roger Federer celebrates after winning match point in the Australian Open final of 2010. Federer beat Murray 6/3 6/4 7/6

Roger Federer's 17th major title came at Wimbledon in 2012 where he beat Andy Murray 4/6 7/5 6/3 6/4. With the victory he reclaimed the #1 world ranking at the age of 30 years. It was Federer's 7th Wimbledon title.

Highlights of a brilliant win for Federer in the 2012 Wimbledon final against Andy Murray

17 majors and counting

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