Prime Video Exclusive: Inside Roger Federer’s Final Days

The highly anticipated documentary “Federer: Twelve Final Days” is set to premiere on June 20, offering fans an intimate look at tennis legend Roger Federer’s final moments on the court. The feature-length film, originally a private home video, provides unprecedented access to Federer as he bids farewell to the game and fans that have supported him for over two decades.

Featuring interviews with tennis greats Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, and Andy Murray, the documentary is a must-watch for sports enthusiasts worldwide. The film will debut in select theaters on June 13 before launching exclusively on Prime Video in more than 240 countries and territories on June 20. Additionally, the World Premiere will take place at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City on June 10.

“Federer: Twelve Final Days” is the latest offering for Prime members, who can enjoy a wide range of benefits including savings, convenience, and entertainment. Produced by Asif Kapadia and George Chignell, and directed by Kapadia and Joe Sabia, the documentary promises to be a captivating experience for viewers.

To watch “Federer: Twelve Final Days” upon its release, simply stream it on Prime Video starting May 31. Prime Video is included with an Amazon Prime membership, which is priced at $14.99 per month or $139 annually. Amazon has also introduced discounted memberships through Prime Access for eligible customers, as well as Prime Student options.

In addition to the Federer documentary, Prime Video offers a plethora of content for viewers, including popular titles like “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” “Mr. and Mrs. Smith,” “Fallout,” “The Boys,” and “Saltburn.” Sports fans can also enjoy live events such as Thursday Night Football and NASCAR, as well as Amazon Original documentaries like “Kelce,” “Bye Bye Barry,” and “Giannis.”

With a vast library of movies, series, and exclusive content, Prime Video ensures there is always something new to watch. Stay tuned for more exciting updates and the latest releases on Amazon Freevee.