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Federer secured the number one position in ATP Rankings numerous times, ending as the year-end top-spot player on five occasions. Overall, he spent 310 weeks of his career as the number-one ranked player.
Federer has won a total of 103 ATP tour-level championship titles in singles competition, the second-highest in the Open era next to America's Jimmy Connors (109 titles). Out of these are 20 Grand Slam titles won across the Australian, French, US Open tournaments and the Wimbledon, which is the third-highest among all players, with Rafael Nadal (22 titles) and Novak Djokovic (23 titles) above him.
Federer has secured the Australian Open six times in 2004, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2017 and 2018. He also has one French Open title win, back in 2009. Federer has secured eight Wimbledon titles on the lawns of London. He has the most Wimbledon singles titles in the history of the sport and in this way. The Swiss player has also won five US Open titles successively from years 2004-08.
Federer has secured two Olympics medals, a gold medal in the men's doubles event at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. It was followed by a silver medal in the singles competition at the 2012 Olympics in London, where he lost to Andy Murray.
He went on to have storied rivalries with Spain's Rafael Nadal and Serbia's Novak Djokovic, with who he formed the 'Big Three' of men's tennis in the modern era.