The most popular sports in Switzerland are football, ice hockey, alpine skiing, snowboarding, Schwingen (Swiss wrestling), and tennis.

An excerpt from the article 45 facts about Switzerland

Winter sports are very popular there due to the special natural conditions favoring such activity. From the second half of the 19th century, with the invention of the bobsleigh in St. Moritz, locals and tourists practiced winter sports. The first ski world championships were held in Mürren (1931) and St. Moritz (1934). The latter city hosted the second Winter Olympic Games in 1928 and the fifth in 1948.

Swiss tennis player Roger Federer is widely considered one of the greatest tennis players of all time. He won a total of 20 Grand Slam tournaments, including a record 8 Wimbledon titles. She also won a record 6 ATP Finals.