Federer: Twelve Final Days

2024

Biography / Documentary / Sport

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Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 58% · 33 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 82% · 50 ratings
IMDb Rating 7.3/10 10 2529 2.5K

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Hugh Grant as Self - Actor
Anna Wintour as Self - Editor-in-Chief, Vogue
Pete Sampras as Self - 14 Grand Slam Singles Titles
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by eb-77766 6 / 10

Decent

Well, the headline pretty much sums it up.

It was watchable and as a Federer fan since 20 years I was never going to miss this.

However, the editing was not for someone who knows more about the story of those 12 days..

A few things I miss from this:

The big 4 (Roger, Rafa, Andy, Novak) had a doubles practice together before the match. Absolutely nothing about it.. to me a big miss.

Roger and Rafa had a last practice in the morning before. Nothing from that either.

Rafa flew in just to take part of that match and left early morning after. Cam Norrie was there and replaced him (no one knew why he was part of the team until Rafa left). Nothing about that either..

So.. I just think they didn't include some parts that some fans would have enjoyed to see and that was quite sad.

Otherwise it's emotional and interesting but predictable. What I enjoyed the most to see was how much credit Roger gave to Novak. They have not always been on the best terms but it felt like Roger really acknowledged him here and I feel that Novak was extremely grateful for that. It was really nice to see.

All in all ok and basically what you can expect.

Reviewed by michaeldp-89038 7 / 10

A Great Capstone on a Career

If you're a tennis fan you're guaranteed to love this. This documentary follows the final twelve days in the illustrious career of Roger Federer and it lives up to the hype.

Overall, the only problem I have with this documentary is the premise. Simply, there's not enough content to truly fill an 88 minute documentary to keep the audience fully entertained for that time period.

That being said it was a really nice bow on the career of Roger and it provided great insight into his thoughts going into his retirement. Furthermore, it was really interesting to see Roger talk about his knee injury and how both he and his family were impacted by these types of injuries as his career came to a close. I also really enjoyed hearing from Murray, Novak, and Rafa during the documentary and their perspective on Federer's career.

Roger is my all-time favorite player and I thoroughly enjoyed this documentary. A must-watch for any tennis fan.

Reviewed by Schrodingermind 6 / 10

Nothing new, but for Federer

Like they say, it was not meant for distribution. It's clearly evident. A normal fan knows it all and this documentary shows nothing new. However, bringing Rafa after midpoint is a good move and a refreshment to repeat feel and shots, and matter. It did not show any conflicts, like day 1, 2 or so. Or like someone in Federer team who did not want him to retire or something. But, yes, it didn't happen. So, they had to show what it is. Regardless of shortcomings in the documentary, it was very emotional during the end, seeing Rafa Roger friendship. Roger strikes balance with Novak too. Roger gets a perfect career end. He deserves. And he will always be in tennis, whether he quits or not. His innovative moves, strokes are still read and followed by next gen.

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