Datos|Awards.

Tenistas más ricos de la historia:
1. Roger Federer 78.387.415 dólares
2. Rafael Nadal (ESP): 62.132.763
3. Novak Djokovic (SRB): 56.884.445
4. Pete Sampras (USA): 43.280.489
5. Andre Agassi (USA): 31.152.975
6. Andy Murray (GBR): 30.271.843
7. Boris Becker (ALE): 25.080.956
8. Yevgeny Kafelnikov (RUS): 23.883.797
9. Iván Lendl (USA): 21.262.417
10. David Ferrer (ESP): 21.136.042
(Los premios cada vez son mayores, y por eso no sorprende que tenistas con más de 10 Grand Slam logrados hace muchos años ni siquiera aparezcan entre los diez primeros de los tenistas más ricos.)
Líderes en títulos:
1º Jimmy Connors 109 títulos
2º Ivan Lendl 94 títulos
3º Roger Federer 77 títulos
John McEnroe 77 títulos
5º Pete Sampras  64 títulos 
    Guillermo Vilas 64 títulos
    
Líderes en títulos de Grand Slam:
1º Roger Federer: 17 títulos. 
2º Pete Sampras: 14 títulos.
3º Rafael Nadal: 13 títulos.
4º Roy Emerson: 12 títulos.
5º Rod Laver y Björn Borg: 11 títulos.
6º Bill Tilden: 10 títulos.
7º Andre Agassi; junto con Jimmy Connors, Ivan Lendl, Fred Perry y Ken Rosewall: 8 títulos.
8º Wilander, McEnroe, Lacoste entre otros, suman 7 títulos.
Líderes en títulos Masters 1000:
1º Rafael Nadal: 26 títulos
2º Roger Federer: 21 títulos
3ºAndre Agassi: 17 títulos

4º Novak Djokovic: 16 títulos

5º Pete Sampras: 11 títulos

Líderes en semanas como número 1:
1º Roger Federer: 302 semanas.
2º Pete Sampras: 286 semanas.
3º Ivan Lendl: 270 semanas.
4º Jimmy Connors: 268 semanas.
5º John McEnroe: 170 semanas.
Líderes en semanas consecutivas como número 1:
1º Roger Federer: 237 semanas.
2º Jimmy Connors: 160 semanas.
3º Ivan Lendl: 157 semanas.
4º Pete Sampras: 102 semanas.
5º Jimmy Connors (2):  84 semanas.
Líderes en victorias en su carrera:
1º Jimmy Connors: 1.253 victorias
2º Ivan Lendl: 1.071 victorias
3º Guillermo Vilas: 929 victorias
4º Roger Federer: 923 victorias
5º John McEnroe: 875 victorias
6º Andre Agassi: 870 victorias
7º Stefan Edberg: 801 victorias
8º Ilie Nastase: 777 victorias
9º Pete Sampras: 762 victorias.
Datos como tenista: (Individual).
Ránking actual: 6º
Mejor ránking: 1º (febrero 2004).
Títulos: 77; 17 de ellos en Grand Slams
Mejores resultados en Grand Slams:
   Australian Open: W 2004, 2006, 2007, 2010
   Roland Garros: W 2009
   Wimbledon: W 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2012
   Us Open: W 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008
Récord de partidos de su carrera: 923-215
Datos como tenista: (Dobles).
Ránking actual: 555º
Mejor ranking: 24º (junio 2003)
Títulos: 8
Mejor resultado en un Grand Slam: Cuartos de Final (Wimbledon 2000)
Récord de su carrera: 121-82
Récord de la temporada 2013: 1-2
Temporada 2013:
Títulos logrados: 1.
Dinero ganado: $2,798,637
Partidos ganados/perdidos: 45-17(Actualizado).

Awards.

Todos los premios que Roger Federer recibió desde 1998 hasta el 2013. Vía  RogerFedererFan – @CrazyFedFan.

2013

  1. Jean Borotra CQS Sportsmanship Award 2013
  2. Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award
  3. ATPWorldtour.com Fans’ Favourite
  4. Arthur Ashe Humanitarian of the Year
  5. Listed at #8 on the Forbes Celebrity 100
  6. Listed at #2 in Forbes list of World’s Highest-Paid Athletes

2012

  1. Listed at #1 in 100 Greatest of All Time by Tennis Channel
  2. Listed at #5 in Forbes list of 100 richest athletes of the world.
  3. Men’s Singles silver medalist at 2012 Olympic Games held in London, England.
  4. Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award
  5. ATPWorldtour.com Fans’ Favourite
  6. Swiss Sportsman of the Year
  7. Hello Magazine’s Most Attractive Man of 2012

2011

  1. Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award
  2. ATPWorldtour.com Fans’ Favourite
  3. Listed at #25 on the Forbes Celebrity 100
  4. Best Grand Slam/Davis Cup Match of the Year

2010

  1. International Tennis Writers’ Association’s Ambassador of the Year
  2. ESPY Best Male Tennis Player
  3. ATP Player of the Year (for the year 2009)
  4. ATPWorldTour.com Fans’ Favourite
  5. MARCA magazine’s Sportsman of the Decade
  6. Listed at #29 on the Forbes Celebrity 100
  7. Compeed Elegance Award
  8. Special edition stamp by Austrian Post (2010)

2009

  1. Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award
  2. ATPWorldtour.com (formerly ATPTennis.com) Fans’ Favourite
  3. Talksport Hall of Fame
  4. ESPY Best Male Tennis Player
  5. Ehrespalebaerglemer award. An award given to outstanding citizens of the city of Basel.
  6. ATPWorldtour.com Player of the Decade
  7. ITF World Champion
  8. European Sportsman of the Year (aka UEPS [Federation of European sports journalists] Sportsman of the Year)
  9. One of Sports Illustrated’s Athletes of the Decade
  10. Listed at #27 on the Forbes Celebrity 100
  11. European Sportsman of the Year
  12. The ‘Prix Orange’ Award
  13. Best Match of the Year

2008

  1. L’Equipe Magazine’s Champion of Champions (for the year 2007)
  2. European Sportsman of the Year (for the year 2007) (aka UEPS [Federation of European sports journalists] Sportsman of the Year)
  3. Laureus World Sportsman of the Year (for the year 2007) – First ever winner of four Laureus World Sports Awards
  4. ATP Player of the Year (for the year 2007)
  5. Men’s Doubles gold medalist partnering Stanislas Wawrinka at the 2008 Olympic Games held in Beijing, China
  6. Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award
  7. ATPTennis.com Fans’ Favourite
  8. ESPY Best Male Tennis Player
  9. Swiss Team of the Year (with Stanislas Wawrinka)
  10. The ‘Prix Orange’ Award

2007

  1. Time magazine named him as one of the 100 most important people in the world.
  2. L’Equipe Magazine’s Champion of Champions (for the year 2006)
  3. ATP Player of the Year (for the year 2006)
  4. Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award
  5. ATPTennis.com Fans’ Favourite
  6. Arthur Ashe Humanitarian of the Year (for the year 2006)
  7. Laureus World Sportsman of the Year (for the year 2006)
  8. ESPY Best Male Tennis Player
  9. ESPY Best Male International Athlete
  10. ITF World Champion
  11. BBC Overseas Sports Personality of the Year
  12. Tennis magazine’s 2007 player of the year
  13. Swiss Sportsman of the Year
  14. The ‘Prix Orange’ Award
  15. Special edition stamp by Swiss Post (2007, as the first person still alive)

2006

  1. L’Equipe Magazine’s Champion of Champions (for the year 2005)
  2. ATP Player of the Year (for the year 2005)
  3. Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award
  4. ATPTennis.com Fans’ Favourite
  5. Laureus World Sportsman of the Year (for the year 2005)
  6. ESPY Best Male Tennis Player
  7. International Tennis Writers Association (ITWA) Player of the Year
  8. International Tennis Writers Ambassador for Tennis
  9. ITF World Champion
  10. BBC Overseas Sports Personality of the Year
  11. Swiss Sportsman of the Year
  12. EFE’s Sportsman of the Year
  13. Golden Bagel Award
  14. Most Outstanding Athlete of the Year by The United States Sports Academy
  15. European Sportsman of the Year (aka UEPS [Federation of European sports journalists] Sportsman of the Year)
  16. The ‘Prix Orange’ Award
  17. Baccarat Athlete of the Year 2006

2005

  1. Ambassador of United Nations’ Year of Sport and Physical Education
  2. Goldene Kamera Award
  3. ATP Player of the Year (for the year 2004)
  4. Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award
  5. ATPTennis.com Fans’ Favourite
  6. Laureus World Sportsman of the Year (for the year 2004)
  7. Michael-Westphal Award
  8. International Tennis Writers Association (ITWA) Player of the Year
  9. International Tennis Writers Ambassador for Tennis
  10. Most Outstanding Athlete by the United States Sports Academy
  11. Freedom Air People’s Choice Sports Awards International Sportsperson of the Year
  12. ITF World Champion
  13. ESPY Best Male Tennis Player
  14. European Sportsman of the Year (aka UEPS [Federation of European sports journalists] Sportsman of the Year)
  15. The ‘Prix Orange’ Award

2004

  1. ATP European Player of the Year
  2. ITF World Champion
  3. Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award
  4. ATPTennis.com Fans’ Favourite
  5. Sports Illustrated Tennis Player of the Year
  6. Swiss Sportsman of the Year
  7. Reuters International Sportsman of the Year
  8. BBC Overseas Sports Personality of the Year
  9. International Tennis Writers Association (ITWA) Player of the Year
  10. Golden Bagel Award
  11. European Sportsman of the Year (aka UEPS [Federation of European sports journalists] Sportsman of the Year)

2003

  1. ATP European Player of the Year
  2. ATPTennis.com Fans’ Favourite
  3. Swiss Sportsman of the Year
  4. Swiss of the Year
  5. Michael-Westphal Award

1998

  1. ITF World Junior Champion

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