Events in Chile
Roger Federer is undoubtedly the most important tennis player in history. Characterized by its talent, grace and style, the Swiss born in 1981, represents the maximum perfection and in all its splendor. Unmatched talent and technique in this sport.
If it could be defined in one word, that would be elegance, which, together with its forcefulness, the way of relating, dressing and behaving on and off the court endorse these concepts. His career has been transversal, surviving a diversity of generations of tennis players, being in the Top 3 of the world ranking for most of his successful career. The aforementioned, is based on the fact of maintaining an unquestionable validity: He became the oldest one in the 45 years of the ATP Ranking on February 19 with 36 years.
From his beginnings as a professional player in 1998, he has obtained important records, including having held the number 1 position in the world for 310 weeks in total, 237 consecutively (from February 2, 2004 to August 17, 2008) ; He is the tennis player with the most Grand Slams in history, with 20 titles (30 finals and 339 victories in total). His first time raising a major was in 2003, after beating Australian Mark Philippoussis 7-6 (5), 6-2, 7-6 (3) in the Wimbledon final.
In addition, he has 28 titles and 364 victories in ATP Masters 1000 events, including the Indian Wells / Miami double in 2005-06 - 2017 and is impetuously close to another record: Winner of 102 titles, second place in the Open Era only by behind Connors (109).
Along with this, he has won 33 prizes from the renowned Association of Professional Tennis Players (ATP) World Tour, including number 1 place repeatedly; the Arthur Ashe “Humanitarian of the Year” award in 2006 and 2013; He has won the Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award 12 times between 2004-2009 and 2011-2016. He has also been chosen 14 consecutive times as a fan favorite at ATPWorldTour.com between 2003 and 2016. In short, an integral athlete in terms of results and what it represents on and off the court.
The moment has come! The speculations are over ...
On November 19, the Movistar Arena will be the stage to witness one of the epic encounters in the history of the sport of our country: Roger Federer will be for the first time in Chile and will face Alexander Zverev (6th ATP), who came to be number 3 worldwide (November 6, 2017), winner of 11 singles titles, including two Masters 1,000 (Rome and Madrid) and the Masters Cup Nitto ATP Finals in its last edition in 2018.
Both players were protagonists in the memorable victory of Team Europe, which again conquered for the third consecutive edition the Laver Cup of tennis by winning 13-11 on the global scoreboard to the Rest of the World after the victory of Alexander Zverev over Milos Raonic and a Federer - as always - protagonist both on and off the court.
The value of the tickets will be in presale 1 of $ 75,000 to $ 197,500 plus service charge. The capacity of the venue is 12,600 spectators.