Roger Federer announces retirement from tennis 

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The 20-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer has announced his retirement from tennis. 

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His final event will be the Laver Cup, which is set to take place in Geneva from September 24-26.

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Federer made the announcement on his social media platforms, saying: "I have decided to retire from tennis after this season.

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It's been an amazing ride and I can't thank everyone enough."

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"I'm very proud to have been able to play for so long at the highest level. I've loved every minute of it," he added.

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The Swiss maestro has had a decorated career, winning 20 Grand Slam singles titles, an Olympic gold medal, and a record eight Wimbledon championships. 

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He is also the oldest tennis player to ever be ranked No. 1 in the world.

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Federer's retirement will bring an end to one of the most successful tennis careers in history. 

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He will be sorely missed by fans all over the world. Thank you, Roger, for everything.

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