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Announcing @Barclays as the Official Banking Partner of The Championships from 2023 🎾 Find out more about the partnership, including the largest Official Partner donation to the Wimbledon Foundation ⬇️
The #Wimbledon Outlet is back for 2022 πŸ›οΈ Find out more about this year's offering, including our bespoke range marking Centre Court's centenary ⬇️
Final call πŸ“£ You have until 11:59pm (GMT) tonight to enter the#Wimbledonn Public Ballot for 2023 tickets ⬇️
Cheer on Great Britain as we face Australia for a place in the @BJKCup Final πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ Get your ticket and join us in Glasgow this Saturday πŸ‘‡
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Autumn is in the air πŸ‚ #Wimbledonnv
If 2023 is anything like 2022, you won’t want to miss out 🎟 The Public Ballot is now open for The Championships 2023 #Wimbledonn
Mementos from the greats πŸ€— Over the years, we've collected some very special keepsakes from@rogerfedererr and@serenawilliamss, and their legacies can be explored in the@WimbledonMuseumm ✨ #Wimbledonn
🀩@BJKCupp Finals tickets are on sale NOW! Secure your seat in Glasgow and cheer on Great Britain πŸ‘‡
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Wimbledon and Roger. A story that will be told for generations to come...
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Wimbledon and Roger. A story that will be told for generations to come...
"It feels like a celebration, it's exactly what I wanted at the end." An incredible way to bow out πŸ₯Ή #RogerFedererrY
Roger Federer and Centre Court: a 24-year love story #Wimbledon πŸ’œοΏ½@rogerfederereYt
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Sit back, relax, and enjoy: the best of Roger Federer at Wimbledon 🀩 #Wimbledonn |@rogerfedererr
Roger Federer and Centre Court: a 24-year love story #Wimbledon πŸ’œοΏ½@rogerfederereYt
Roger Federer will make his final competitive appearance tonight in London, playing doubles alongside Rafael Nadal for Team Europe at the Laver Cup Good luck, Roger. We hope you enjoy this moment to its fullest #Wimbledon | @rogerfederer
But that is not the last we will see of @rogerfederer The eight-time Wimbledon champion returned in July 2022 as part of the celebrations to mark 100 years of Centre Court
In 2021, Roger Federer made his final competitive appearance at Wimbledon, bowing out in the quarter-finals
Federer wasn't done winning just yet. Later that year he returned to Basel, where he had once been a ball kid, to win his 10th hometown title It was the 103rd ATP victory of his career; his last title, his last final (πŸŽ₯@atptourr)o
In 2019, a 37-year-old Federer reached his 12th and last Wimbledon final, beaten in an epic five-set contest by Novak Djokovic At four hours, 57 minutes, it was the longest singles final in Wimbledon history
On 24 June 2018, Federer ended his 310th and last week as world No.1 - a record 14 years and 142 days after he first topping the rankings on 2 February 2004 At 36 years, 320 days, he is the oldest player to be ranked ATP No.1 (πŸŽ₯@TennisTVV)u
Federer returned to Melbourne Park to defend his Australian Open crown in 2018, becoming the first man in history to win 20 Grand Slam singles titles (πŸŽ₯@AustralianOpenn)t
A record eighth Wimbledon title followed, Federer claiming the 2017 crown without dropping a set
Federer returned to action after six months on the sidelines in 2017 in spectacular fashion, winning the Australian Open for a fifth time (πŸŽ₯@AustralianOpenn)S
Knee surgery curatiled his 2016 season, but not before a spellbinding comeback in the Wimbledon quarter-finals, saving three match points against Marin Cilic to reach the semis
In 2015, Federer reached 1,000 tour-level match wins in style with victory in Brisbane (πŸŽ₯@atptourr)k
Having won all four majors and an Olympic gold medal, Federer led Switzerland to their first Davis Cup title, sealing victory over France in the 2014 final (πŸŽ₯@DavisCupp)s
A seventh Wimbledon title followed in 2012, Federer defeating Andy Murray in the final weeks before the duo met in the Olympic gold medal match on Centre Court
Less than a month later, he reclaimed his Wimbledon crown to surpass Pete Sampras by winning his 15th major title
In 2009, he became just the sixth man in history to complete his career Grand Slam with victory at Roland Garros (πŸŽ₯@atptourr@rolandgarross)8
Wimbledon 2003-2007 US Open 2004-2008 Roger Federer is the only player to have won five consecutive titles at two different Grand Slams (πŸŽ₯@usopenn)G
A flagbearer for Switzerland at the Olympic Games, Federer claimed doubles gold at Beijing 2008 with Stan Wawrinka, and later won a singles silver medal at London 2012 (πŸŽ₯@Olympicss)3
Federer founded one of the great modern-day sporting rivalries with Rafael Nadal Three straight Wimbledon final showdowns between 2006 and 2008 saw the Swiss and Spaniard push their games to new heights
This kick-started a period of incredible dominance Of the 16 Grand Slams between 2004 and 2007, Federer reached 13 finals, winning 11 further majors along the way
A second Grand Slam soon followed in Australia in 2004 With that, the 22-year-old was crowned world No.1 for the first time, holding onto top spot in the rankings for a record 237 consecutive weeks (πŸŽ₯@AustralianOpenn)y
A dream was finally realised in 2003 when Federer claimed his first Wimbledon crown, defeating Mark Philippoussis in the final
In 2002, Federer broke into the ATP Tour Top 10 for the first time He would stay there for the next 14 years, eventually clocking a total of 968 weeks as a Top-10 player
And he announced himself on the big stage that same year, defeating boyhood idol Pete Sampras on his Centre Court debut
Federer’s first taste of silverware on the ATP Tour came in Milan in 2001 (πŸŽ₯@TennisTVV)t
Federer made his Grand Slam main draw debut a year later at Roland Garros, soon followed by his Wimbledon main draw debut
β€œWe’ll be seeing him again” ✨ Swiss 17-year-old Roger Federer announces his arrival by winning the Wimbledon boys’ singles and doubles titles in 1998
After 24 years, the final 24 hours. Tonight, @rogerfederer calls time on a career like no other. 🧡 |#Wimbledonnv
Roger Federer's Wimbledon titles, in his own words. #Wimbledon | @rogerfederer
Reunited for the eighth time πŸ†twitter.com/sabassheikh/st…kN
What a run. What a story. What a moment. twitter.com/CBrollies/stat…
"There's no defence for shots like that..." 🀯twitter.com/CharlesHaroche…5g
A contest befitting the rewritten record books πŸ“–twitter.com/northpenguins/…vQ
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