Inside The Billionaire Lifestyle of Roger Federer

Roger Federer has an estimated net worth of $900 million dollars and Vidello Productions is taking a look at his billionaire lifestyle and how he spends his millions.

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10. Lake Zurich Penthouse

Nick-named the glass house, this stunning home has floor-to-ceiling windows throughout that show off the amazing views over Lake Zurich.

The $6.5 million pound home was built completely from scratch and contains two separate apartments for guests or family.

A huge glass dome covers the living space with large balconies for sunbathing and a features a swimming pool, complete with spa, as well as a first class gym.

His intense Mercedes-Benz car collection can fit neatly into the underground car-park with the 500-square-metre property able to provide both solar and wind power.

9. Bombardier BD-700 Global Express

Flying high in the skies, Roger Federer has his own amazing Bombardier BD-700 Global Express, which comes with a hefty retail price of $56 million dollars.

Amazing features of this business jet include a range of 11,390 km, a top speed of 950 km/h and power comes from 2 Turbofan, Rolls-Royce BR700 engines.

Announced in October 1991, it first flew on 13 October 1996, received its Canadian type certification on 31 July 1998 and then entered service in July 1999.

With a maximum capacity of 19 passengers, this plane can fly between any two points on the planet and only need one re-fueling stop, something Federer needs when he is on long tours.

8. Dubai Apartment

What does $13 million pounds buy you in Dubai? Well apparently this stunning apartment with some of the best views of the marina.

Located in Le Reve tower, this stunning presidential penthouse is located in what has become known as one of Dubai’s most stunning tower.

Former Formula One star Fernando Alonso is also said to own an apartment in the 689ft, 50-story building and this is where Federer spends his winter months.

Five bedrooms, all with en-suite bathrooms and a powder room covering a total of 6,100-square foot in size does not come cheap and to make things even more interesting, the whole home is filled with smart technology.

An incredible 870 square-foot private terrace gives great views of the yachts, while a temperature-controlled rooftop pool and dedicated fitness center are also available.

Like most top of the line buildings in Dubai, this building also has its own helicopter pad, so there’s no need to even walk outside.

7. Mercedes Benz SLS AMG Roadster

One of several Mercedes cars in the collection of Roger Federer, this car is a front mid-engine, 2-seater, limited production grand tourer.

The first Mercedes-Benz automobile designed and built from scratch by AMG, it had its introduction at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show.

Featuring a 6.2 Liter M159 DOHC V8 engine, the car has a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission and a top speed of 315 km/h and can hit 60mph in 3.8 seconds.

Cast iron disc brakes with 6-piston aluminium and 4-piston rear calipers complete the setup which costs around $213,000 dollars.

6. Rolex Day-Date II

The first of Federer’s watches, its no surprise he owns several Rolex as they have been a major brand sponsor with him for years during his time both on and off the court.

Launched in 1956, the Day-Date made its debut as the first waterproof and self-winding chronometer with an instantaneous day display.

It has been described as the ultimate watch of prestige and is equipped with a new-generation movement covered by over 14 patents.

The Rolex Day-Date has been worn by more presidents, leaders and visionaries than any other watch.

Average prices for this watch come in at around £27,500 up to £35,000 thanks to its popularity.

5. Valbella Villa

When Federer is not sunning himself up in Dubai or relaxing on the shores of lake Zurich, he is spending his winter months at this amazing Skii Chalet home in the Swiss resort of Valbella.

Federer reportedly dropped $17.5 million dollars on the home which was built completely from scratch sits on a massive block of land measuring more than 8,000 square meters.

The home has a 125 square meter living and dining room, master bedroom and en-suite bathroom.

Other features include a 150-square-meter swimming pool and wellness area.

4. Mercedes E-Class Cabriolet

One of the few large, luxury convertibles on sale with four usable seats, the Mercedes E-Class Cabriolet costs around £47,430 pounds.

The car features a 3-spoke multi-function AMG steering wheel and alloy wheels and Burmeste surround sound system with 13 speakers and 9 channel amplifier.

The top speed is between 147.3 to 155.3 mph, the 0-60 mph acceleration speed is reached somewhere between 4.4 – 7.6 seconds.

The cockpit features the COMAND online navigation system and the screen also displays live traffic information so you can avoid the queues.

3. Rolex Yacht-Master II

Described as the watch of the open seas, Federer’s Rolex Yacht-Master II is an essential tool for skippers to gauge their best course of action.

The waterproof and robust qualities of this watch make it great for water-sport activities and is covered in Yellow Gold, costing around $34,850.

Its also the only chronograph in the world with a mechanical memory with its bezel acting as a programmable countdown.

Other features of this amazing watch include Scratch-resistant sapphire, Folding Oyster-lock safety clasp, triple waterproof system and Monobloc middle case.

2. Trophy Collection

Federer has won an all-time record of 71 hard court titles, including 20 Grand Slam singles titles and holds 30 different world records in the sport.

Federer has won a record eight Wimbledon men’s singles titles, six Australian Open titles, five US Open titles and one French Open title.

He keeps the trophy’s at home in a large cabinet and often has friends round to look at them, sometimes even staring at them himself.

1. Mercedes-AMG GT S Coupé

The third and final car on our list and you guessed it, another Mercedes, this time the GTS Coupe, with its starting price of £96,000.

Described as a racing machine, the car can hit 60mph in 3.7 seconds and has a top speed of between 188.9 to 197.6 mph.

The AMG ride control suspension is adjustable in three stages, from comfortable to sporty tight and the car features the super quick AMG 4.0-Liter V8 Bi-turbo Engine.

Fully digital instruments and a 10.2-inch display sit at the front and the AMG Performance steering wheel in Nappa leather keeps the vehicle under optimal control.

Other cool features include features LED rear lights with darkened elements, AMG-specific radiator and double-trapeze tailpipe trims in high-gloss chrome.

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