With the retirement of Roger Federer, one of tennis’ greatest champions, ESPN will honor him by treating fans to some of the greatest moments of his career.
- At 41 years old, Federer has played more than 1,500 matches over 24 years. ESPN will showcase several of those career highlights in primetime on Tuesday, September 27th, on ESPN2.
- Also available on demand on ESPN+ is the “Best of Roger Federer” collection featuring some of his most memorable Australian Open, Wimbledon, and US Open matches from the past.
ESPN2 Presents “The Best of Federer” – Tuesday, September 27th:
6:00 PM- 9:00 PM
2017 Australian Open, Men’s Final
Federer vs. Nadal- a five set classic leading Federer to his 18th major title
9:00 PM-12:00 AM
2007 Wimbledon Gentlemen’s Final
With this win Federer equaled Björn Borg’s Open Era record of five consecutive Wimbledon titles
12:00 AM – 2:00 AM
2006 Wimbledon Gentlemen’s Final
Federer successfully defended his title for a 4th consecutive year, and the first of three years in succession that Federer and Nadal would meet in the final of Wimbledon
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- ESPN has hired Susie Piotrkowski as Vice President, espnW. In her new role, she will help drive the future vision for the espnW portfolio, including the new W. Studios group.