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Has Federer ever retired from a match?

Tennis player Roger Federer sheds tears as he embraces his wife, Mirka, and their children after losing in his final match Friday in London. He retired at 41.

Over his career, Federer has won more than 100 titles total and amassed a 1,251-275 record, according the ATP, which adds that he never retired from a match, in singles or doubles. Federer's prodigious skills kept him at the top of the sport with astounding consistency.

Tennis player Roger Federer sheds tears as he embraces his wife, Mirka, and their children after losing in his final match Friday in London. He retired at 41.

Geelong defender Lachie Henderson has retired from the AFL following a 206-match career.

As Roger Federer Retires, Two Great Rivalries Come To An End

In the end, Federer played Nadal 40 times from their first match against each other in the round of 32 at the ATP Masters 1000 tournament in Miami in 2004 (which Nadal won) to their most recent match, a Wimbledon semifinal in 2019 (which Federer won). Federer beat Nadal 16 times; Nadal won 24 times.

As Roger Federer Retires, Two Great Rivalries Come To An End

During the six-year run of Match Game on CBS, only one champion, Carolyn Raisner, retired undefeated with $32,600, the highest total ever won on Match Game.

During the six-year run of Match Game on CBS, only one champion, Carolyn Raisner, retired undefeated with $32,600, the highest total ever won on Match Game.

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Why Is Roger Federer Not Playing At Wimbledon This Year? When

Federer has shared his recovery process on Instagram. He seems to be staying positive and is patiently preparing for his return to competitive action. There have been many doubts as to whether Federer will play again, but he has made it clear that he has not retired.Jun 30, 2022

Why Is Roger Federer Not Playing At Wimbledon This Year? When

Roger Federer has an on-court row with umpire Emmanuel Joseph during his match against Marin Cilic.

She is married to tennis player Roger Federer, having first met him at the 2000 Summer Olympics. She retired from professional tennis in 2002 due to a persistent foot injury.

Roger Federer will not compete at the 2021 US Open. Roger Federer, one of the greatest men's tennis players ever and current World No. 9 announced on Sunday that he has withdrawn from the 2021 US Open in Queens later this month due to a nagging knee injury that requires surgery.

Federer And Nadal: Live Updates From Laver Cup

Federer has confirmed that he will play his final competitive match on Friday night at the Laver Cup, partnering longtime rival and friend Rafael Nadal in a doubles match for Team Europe.

Federer And Nadal: Live Updates From Laver Cup

Rafael Nadal on Saturday withdrew from Laver Cup due to personal reasons. He will be replaced by Cameron Norrie. Nadal had featured in an emotional farewell match for Swiss maestro Roger Federer in London on Friday night. The Spaniard teamed up with Federer for a doubles match for Team Europe.

Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal are playing doubles at the Laver Cup against Frances Tiafoe and Jack Sock. Federer has said this will be his last professional competitive match. One final roar and one final lap of honor for Federer, and a reminder that there are two more days of tennis to go at the Laver Cup.