Roger Federer out of rankings for first time in 25 years

Roger Federer has not played since last year's Wimbledon and today those points were removed from the rankings leaving him with no points.

If you don't have any points, you are not shown on the official ATP rankings that have over 1000 players ranked. Roger Federer now is back to unranked for the first time in 25 years. It comes after the conclusion of Wimbledon where Federer did not participate due to his ongoing recovery from multiple knee surgery.

The last points Federer had were earned at last year's Wimbledon where he reached the quarterfinal of the event. He lost to Hubert Hurkacz in straight sets. Federer was initially ranked 97th before the All England Club Championships began but is now unranked.

It comes in a continuous slide for Roger who was not played much tennis since his knee issues began way back in 2019. He is set to play this year with the Laver Cup probably his first event and Basel the other he intends to play. It's also widely believed that he will take part in next year's calendar.

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