Federer’s effortless playstyle and his spread of titles have led many to consider him the greatest tennis player of all time
Since winning Wimbledon aged 21 in 2003, he effectively stood alone at the pinnacle of men’s tennis, surpassing Pete Sampras’ record of 14 major men’s singles titles in only 6 years.
However, the emergence of Djokovic and Nadal ended his dominance and has restricted him to sporadic titles, rather than victory being the rule.
Collectively, the three are deemed the best tennis players in history, but more often than not, the 5 time US Open champion is singled out as the best.
Now aged 40 and in the twilight of his career, many are wondering just how much the Swiss is worth in 2022?
What Is Roger Federer’s Net Worth?
As of 2022, the 8-time Wimbledon winner is worth an estimated $550 million (£456 million), according to celebritynetworths.
The 40 year old is not competing at Wimbledon this year as he is recovering from knee surgery.
This same ailment kept him from playing in the 2020 US Open and Tokyo Olympics.
Despite this setback, Federer hasn’t lost the drive to play tennis. He told Swiss magazine Caminada that "I’m ready to give it my all again. I feel like a racehorse scratching its stall and wanting to race."
The Fed will no doubt produce yet more moments of glory even at his relatively advanced age.
Off the court, the Basel native has tirelessly worked to help disadvantaged children and promote their access to education and sport through the Roger Federer Foundation.
He has also played charity matches to aid the victims of natural disasters like the Boxing Day Tsunami.
This, combined with his faultless sportsmanship has led to Olympic medallist being ranked among the world’s most respected, admired and trusted personalities.
The grand-slam victor is married to Miroslava Federer, a former tennis player. The couple have two pairs of twins together.
He owns several properties, but his primary residence is a stunning, custom made glass house on Lake Zurich in Switzerland.
The pad is worth £6.5 million and even includes an underground car park for the Fed’s exquisite Mercedes Benz collection.