Roger Federer’s 100 Titles In Numbers

ATPTour.com looks at the stats behind Federer's 100 triumphs

Roger Federer has made history. On Saturday, the 37-year-old became just the second player in the Open Era to secure his 100th tour-level title, joining former World No. 1 Jimmy Connors, who lifted 109 trophies.

Federer accomplished the feat at the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships, defeating reigning Next Gen ATP Finals champion Stefanos Tsitsipas 6-4, 6-4 in the final. With his eighth title in Dubai, Federer owns eight or more trophies at four tournaments.

ATPTour.com looks back at the statistics behind Federer's 100 titles.

Roger's Titles: The Numbers
1
 - Player with more titles (Jimmy Connors, 109)

3 - Titles on three surfaces from 4 July-1 August 2004

4 - Titles without being Broken

5 - Wins in finals vs. the World No. 1

8 - Doubles titles

15 - Wins in finals after losing the first Set

19 - Countries

20 - Titles without dropping a set

24 - Consecutive finals won (2003-05)

25 - Opponents now retired

31 - Tournaments

35 - Title defences

50 - Opponents

53 - Big Titles (Nitto ATP Finals, Grand Slams, ATP Masters 1000s)

57 - Wins in finals vs. Top 10 opponents

67 - Straight-set wins in finals

68 - Wins in finals over younger opponents

Milestone Titles
Federer claimed his first tour-level trophy just more than 18 years ago, in February 2001. Then No. 27 in the ATP Rankings and just 19 years old, Federer defeated Goran Ivanisevic and Yevgeny Kafelnikov en route to the final, where he dismissed Julien Boutter in three tough sets to earn his maiden moment.

 Title  Year  City  Opponent  Score
 No. 1  2001  Milan  Julien Boutter  6-4, 6-7, 6-4
 No. 10  2003  Vienna  Carlos Moya  6-3, 6-3, 6-3
 No. 25  2005  Dubai  Ivan Ljubicic  6-1, 6-7, 6-3
 No. 50  2007  Cincinnati  James Blake  6-1, 6-4
 No. 100  2019  Dubai  Stefanos Tsitsipas  6-4, 6-4

Title Wins By Opponent
While Rafael Nadal has long been Federer's greatest adversary, the 37-year-old has also won more finals against the Spaniard than anybody else. Federer has also won their past four championship matches, including the 2017 Australian Open final in an epic five-setter.

 Opponent  Titles
 Rafael Nadal   10
 Andy Roddick  7
 Novak Djokovic  6
 Andy Murray  5
 Ivan Ljubicic  4

Level of Title
Federer has won more than a quarter of his titles at the elite ATP Masters 1000-level, with only Nadal (33) and Djokovic (32) triumphing more in those events. He has also claimed more Grand Slam championships than anyone else in the Open Era with 20, most recently emerging victorious at the 2018 Australian Open.

 Grand Slams  20
 Nitto ATP Finals  6
 ATP Masters 1000  27
 ATP 500  22
 ATP 250  25

Titles By Tournament
Perhaps it's fitting that one of the tournaments Federer has lifted the most trophies at, with nine, takes place in Basel, where he was a ball kid as a youngster. The 'Swiss Maestro' takes pride in his performance at home, making those victories even more special. 

 Tournament  Titles
 Basel  9
 Halle  9
 Wimbledon  8
 Dubai  8
 Cincinnati  7
 Australian Open  6

Titles By Surface
It's no surprise that Federer has won a majority of his tour-level titles on hard courts, as his aggressive, baseline-hugging game helps him take away time from opponents, just like it does on grass courts, on which Federer has won 18 of his 25 finals.

 Surface  Titles
 Hard  69
 Grass  18
 Clay  11
 Carpet  2

Titles By Age

 Age  Titles  Age  Titles  Age  Titles  Age  Titles
 19  1  24  9  29  5  34  2
 20  2  25  10  30  8  35  5 
 21  6  26  6  31  2  36  5
 22  10  27  5  32  2  37  2
 23  11  28  2  33  7  TOTAL  100

Only Federer Title Win...

 Occasion  Year  City  Opponent  Score
As A Teenager   2001  Milan  Julien Boutter  6-4, 6-7, 6-4
In Deciding-Set Tie-Break  2005  Rotterdam  Ivan Ljubicic  5-7, 7-5, 7-6
 From Two Sets Down  2005  Miami  Rafael Nadal  2-6, 6-7, 7-6, 6-3, 6-1
 By Retirement  2008  Estoril Nikolay Davydenko   7-6, 1-2, ret.
 In Third Match Of Tournament  2014  Halle  Alejandro Falla  7-6, 7-6
 Against A Countryman  2017  Indian Wells  Stan Wawrinka  6-4, 7-5
 As A Wild Card  2018  Rotterdam  Grigor Dimitrov  6-2, 6-2

- Federer has won 20 titles without losing a set. In four of those tournaments, he was not broken: 2003 Dubai, 2003 Munich, 2004 Halle, 2005 Doha (not broken), 2005 Indian Wells, 2005 Hamburg, 2005 Bangkok, 2006 Doha, 2006 Madrid, 2007 Australian Open, 2008 Halle (not broken), 2011 Doha, 2011 Paris, 2012 Dubai, 2012 Cincinnati (not broken), 2015 Dubai, 2015 Cincinnati (not broken), 2017 Indian Wells, 2017 Halle, 2017 Wimbledon.

- Federer won 24 consecutive tour-level finals he contested from 2003 Vienna through 2005 Bangkok. Fourteen of those championship matches came against opponents inside the Top 10 of the ATP Rankings. Of those 14 clashes, he won 10 in straight sets: 2003 Vienna, 2003 Tennis Masters Cup, 2004 Australian Open, 2004 Dubai, 2004 Indian Wells, 2004 Hamburg, 2004 Halle, 2004 Wimbledon, 2004 Gstaad, 2004 Toronto, 2004 US Open, 2004 Bangkok, 2004 Tennis Masters Cup, 2005 Doha, 2005 Rotterdam, 2005 Dubai, 2005 Indian Wells, 2005 Miami, 2005 Hamburg, 2005 Halle, 2005 Wimbledon, 2005 Cincinnati, 2005 US Open, 2005 Bangkok.

Federer Title Fast Facts
Lowest Seed: No. 17 (2017 Australian Open d. Rafael Nadal 6-4, 3-6, 6-1, 3-6, 6-3)
- Lowest-Ranked Opponent Beaten In Final: No. 109 (2005 Bangkok d. Andy Murray 6-3, 7-5)
- Fewest Games Lost In Final: 3 (2004 Halle d. Mardy Fish 6-0, 6-3)
- Most Games Lost: 39 (2009 Wimbledon d. Andy Roddick 5-7, 7-6, 7-6, 3-6, 16-14)

Statistical research by Joshua Rey.