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Won the first title at the age of 6, left studies till the age of 16, thus Federer became everyone’s favorite

Roger Federer Retirement: The uncrowned king of tennis and star player of Switzerland, Roger Federer has announced his retirement. He announced this by posting a post on social media. He will say goodbye to tennis forever after the Laver Cup to be held in London next week. Roger Federer could not take his studies much further because of sports. His focus remained in sports, but he has started a campaign in Switzerland and Africa regarding studies. Let us know how educated Roger Federer is and has he gone to college?

Federer understands the importance of studies

Federer himself is less educated, but he understands the importance of studies a lot. He never went to college. He left his studies at the age of 16. Roger Federer has been winning tennis tournaments since the age of 6. He started attending the Swiss National Tennis Center at the age of 16. Because of which he also stopped going to school. He had dedicated his entire career to tennis, now it was not necessary for him to study further. When he was 12 years old, he left all the troubles and started focusing only on tennis.

Federer is the third most Grand Slam winner in the world

If seen, Roger focused more on sports than on reading. Many times Roger has spoken about education on media platforms, he could not spend much of his time in school, but he understands the importance of education and he considers it a human right. Federer is the third most Grand Slam winner in the world. He won a total of 20 Grand Slams in his career. These include six Australian Open, one French Open, eight Wimbledon and five US Open titles.

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