The illustrious tennis career of the great Roger Federer will come to an emotional end at the Laver Cup this evening. The Swiss Maestro will contest one final doubles match alongside his dear friend and rival Rafael Nadal before hanging up his racket.
The 41-year-old will be fondly remembered for his elegance and grace on court while systematically dissecting his opponents with his sheer artistry and efficiency.
His period of dominance throughout the mid-late 2000s, including five consecutive Wimbledon and US Open victories is unlikely to be replicated and the legend’s longevity in the game is something very few will be able to match.
Following his success throughout a career spanning over two decades, Mirror Sport has highlighted two records held by the 20-time major winner that may never be broken.Read more on mirror.co.uk