Roger Federer's 100 titles in stats

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Roger Federer won his first ATP title in 2001Roger Federer sealed his 100th career singles title with victory at the Dubai Tennis Championship on Saturday.He is just the second man - after American Jimmy Connors - to reach the landmark, and the first for 35 years.Federer's titles have come across 19 years, on all the sport's surfaces, in 30 cities and 19 countries.
BBC Sport takes a look at the 37-year-old Swiss' remarkable century.
A global champion

Federer's first title came on 4 February 2001, when he beat Julien Boutter to win the Milan Indoors as a 19-year-old.The match report on the BBC Sport website described Federer as "one of the up-and-coming stars on the men's tennis scene", and the Swiss spoke of his "high but not impossible" aim of breaking into the world's top 15. The 99 titles he has won since have come at another 30 events and on four continents.His most successful tournaments are his hometown event in Basel and the grass-court event in Halle, Germany, both of which he has won nine times.Wimbledon is his most successful Grand Slam with eight titles. He has won the Australian Open six times, the US Open five times and the French Open once.Fifty of Federer's titles have come in Europe, 24 in North America, 18 in Asia and eight in Australia.
Federer's 100 titles at a glance

Roger Federer's five most successful tournaments (left to right) - Basel (nine titles), Halle (nine), Wimbledon (eight), Dubai (eight), Cincinnati (seven)
30 cities
548 matches
83,302 points
46,508 points won
4,378 aces
52,152 minutes on court
How the greats compare
Saturday's victory in Dubai moves Federer one closer to Connors' record of 109 titles, won between 1972 and 1989.It also edges him further ahead of Ivan Lendl, Rafael Nadal and John McEnroe, who are third, fourth and fifth respectively on the all-time list.Fifteen-time Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic has won 73 titles, while Britain's Andy Murray is 14th with 45.

Twenty of Federer's 100 titles have come in the Grand Slams, an all-time record.The Swiss may have won fewer titles than Connors but he has won 12 more Grand Slams than the American, and three more than Nadal, who is the second most successful player in Slams.Six of Federer's titles have come at the ATP Finals, the tournament held at the end of the season between the best eight players in a calendar year. Again, that is a record; Djokovic, Lendl and Pete Sampras have won the event five times.The remainder of Federer's titles have come in the regular ATP season, which is split into three tiers - the highest-ranked being the ATP Masters 1,000, followed by the ATP 500 series and the ATP 250 series.Federer has won 27 Masters 1,000 titles - six fewer than record-holder Nadal and five fewer than Djokovic - plus a record 22 ATP 500 titles, and 25 ATP 250 titles.
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