Roger,— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) September 15, 2022
Where do we begin?
It's been a privilege to witness your journey and see you become a champion in every sense of the word.
We will so miss the sight of you gracing our courts, but all we can say for now is thank you, for the memories and joy you have given to so many. pic.twitter.com/VDWylKvW86
Roger… 💔— Carlos Alcaraz (@carlosalcaraz) September 15, 2022
I just want to thank you for everything you've done and everything you are for our sport. It's been a privilege to witness your career. I wish you all the best. 🐐🤗 https://t.co/gJSV5PZO2Y— Iga Świątek (@iga_swiatek) September 15, 2022
The September of retirements.— Annesha Ghosh (@ghosh_annesha) September 15, 2022
So many sporting icons. So many memories.
💔😢. I LOVE YOU, Roger. Thank you for everything you’ve done in tennis and with myself. Tennis world will never be the same without you. https://t.co/Wm0IjNqjjx— Juan M. del Potro (@delpotrojuan) September 15, 2022
Thank you @rogerfederer ...— Swiss Tennis (@swiss_tennis) September 15, 2022
... for everything you have done for Swiss and international tennis,
... for all the countless emotions we were able to share with you,
... for every child you inspired to play tennis!
All the best!#rogerfederer #goat #thankyou #legend #inspiration pic.twitter.com/WbAlibNisJ
"It might be said that the major string instruments on this planet include the violin, lyre, cello, viola, harp, mandolin and Roger Federer's racket. People come to see him win but also for the music."@rohitdbrijnath on @rogerfederer— Gaurav Kalra (@gauravkalra75) September 15, 2022
our lives will miss that music now....
There are great tennis players. There are beautiful tennis players. Players with an extraordinary range. Players who move so quick and yet slow down time. Players who reach a level that you had no idea existed. Roger Federer was all of these. Privileged to have seen him play.— Siddhartha Vaidyanathan (@sidvee) September 15, 2022