Watch Roger Federer documentary 12 Final Days for free | Tennis | Sport


Roger Federer is the focus of a new documentary that fans can watch for free. The climax of the tennis star’s illustrious career is explored in Federer: 12 Final Days, which is streaming here now.

The feature-length doc is billed as an ‘intimate’ follow-along through the final 12 days of Federer’s illustrious career. Originally a home video never intended for public viewing, the film captures Federer at his most vulnerable and candid self as he says goodbye to a game and the fans that shaped his life for the last two decades.

Across 90 minutes, viewers will hear from Federer’s legendary rivals and close friends including Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray, with the doc giving unprecedented access to the relationship between these unparalleled sports stars. 12 Final Days comes from Oscar-winner Asif Kapadia, director of Amy Winehouse doc Amy and director Joe Sabia.

Speaking ahead of the film’s launch, Federer, said: “Initially, the idea was to capture the final moments of my professional tennis career so that I could have it later on to show my family and friends. During my career, I tended to shy away from having cameras around me and my family, especially during important moments.

“But I didn’t see the harm in shooting this as it was never intended for the public. However, we captured so many powerful moments and it transformed into a deeply personal journey.

“I am happy to be partnering with Prime Video because of their vast global reach and significant presence in the film industry. This ensures that the story of my final days in tennis will resonate with both tennis enthusiasts and broader audiences worldwide.”

Federer: 12 Final Days is available to stream here with an Amazon Prime subscription and is free for those who sign up to an Amazon Prime 30-day trial. Prime usually costs £8.99 a month or £95 a year and comes with a host of benefits like next day delivery, Amazon Music Prime, Deliveroo Plus and free delivery on HelloFresh orders for a year, but members can try all this for 30 days without paying a penny.

Amazon also offers Prime Video without the added Prime benefits for £5.99 a month which includes top titles like The Boys and Clarkson’s Farm, plus sports docs All or Nothing and Man United doc 99.

Alternatively, Disney+ offers a range of new shows, including The Bear and Star Wars thriller, The Acolyte. TV fans can get the equivalent of two months free with an annual subscription to Disney’s Premium or Standard plans, while those that prefer to pay monthly can do so from £4.99 a month.

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