June 15, 2018 -- Stuttgart, Germany Roger battled Guido Pella to make his way into the semifinals in the Mercedes Cup. In front of a packed stadium, the fan favorite showed off his new Wilson racquet and cool blue hues during one of the first grass court tournaments of the season. He lost just 12 points on serve and saved the break points he faced against the Argentine to claim his 14th consecutive grass-court win. Roger will face Australian, Nick Kyrgios, in the semifinal match.
June 13, 2018 -- Stuttgart, Germany Roger took to the courts for his first match of the grass court season against Germany's, Mischa Zverev. Finding himself against a veteran grass court player and back competing after a bit of a break, the Swiss Maestro needed three sets to get the victory under his belt. "I'm very happy returning on good terms on to the tour. It's difficult, missed some chances maybe in the first set, he connected well at the right times. Then I found my rhythm," Roger said. "I'm super happy to be back on tour -- it's been a great start." Roger is currently number 2 on the ATP Tour but will regain the number one spot if he reaches the final. The 36-year old won 3-6 6-4 6-2 in his 5th tournament of the year.

May 2nd, 2018 -- Stuttgart, Germany

The greatest player of all time is coming back to Stuttgart to kick of his grass court season.

With 20 Grand Slam titles under his belt, Roger Federer, announced today that he will join the entrants for this years Mercedes Cup. Other players who have committed to play include Milos Raonic, Lucas Pouille, Nick Kyrgios, Denis Shapovalov, Hyeon Chung along with several others. 

“The atmosphere at TC Weissenhof is amazing. You immediately feel that this club is full of life. The fans get really going during the matches. On grass, my expectations are naturally high, so, I’m looking forward to once again playing in Stuttgart”, said the 97-times ATP tournament winner.

Roger was named one of Time's Most Influential People this month for not only his accomplishments on the court, but also his philanthropy off the court.

Written by Bill Gates, you can read the full article here.

Please note, due to the large number of magazines recently received, we can no longer accept any additional magazines for signatures as Roger is not able to sign them. Thank you for your kind understanding.

March 26th, 2018 -- Miami, Florida

In his first match at the Miami Open, number 1 ranked Roger faced a feisty Thanasi Kokkinakis.

The two have practiced many times, which helped the young Australian find confidence against the Swiss Star. The 21-year old showed no fear, was ready to leave it all on the court and persevered pushing Roger to his limits. Kokkinakis won 3-6, 6-3, 7-6(4).

“It's a big result for him in his career. I hope it's going to launch him, really getting his ranking up.”

It was the first time Roger has faced back to back loses since 2014 and it also means that Rafael Nadal will take over the number one spot at the end of the tournament.

After his loss, Roger announced he will skip the 2018 clay court season as well and focus on figuring out what works best for him and his game.

“I'm trying to figure things out, so, I have time now," he said. "It's pretty simple at the end of the day. You go back to the practice court or go on vacation, you really take a break, get away from it all. When you come back to the practice court to work, whatever it is, you do it at 100 per cent.”