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Roger Federer refuses to play in Saudi Arabia for one reason

Roger Federer refuses to play in Saudi Arabia for one reason
Roger Federer refuses to play in Saudi Arabia for one reason
Written by Tennis Shot
The Reason why Roger Federer refused to play in Saudi Arabia

Al-Saad is considered the best tennis player in Saudi Arabia

and He had a conversation with Koora, about how the future of Tennis will be like in the Arabic world.

during this conversation Al-Saad mentioned that Roger Federer refused to play

in the Saudi Arabia for so long in a tournament named ‘Diriyah’

The Saudian mentioned that Roger Federer had contracts with other tournaments for that He couldn’t attend the event.

” Roger Federer refused to come to Saudi Arabia until 2021 because of his contracts with other countries to make exhibition matches.”

“For Rafael Nadal, He wanted to come twice but He faced the injury, But We hope to see them both in Saudi Arabia,

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For the exhibition matches, Roger Federer this year broke the record with Rafael Nadal in Cape Town,

“Sure yeah, there was already a world record. I forget it nearly with everything that’s been going on a lot of emotions,

To have 51,954 people in attendance at a tennis match, that’s an amazing feeling for me,”

“To be a part of this means a lot to me, I never thought I could be a part of it, but yeah it happened”

“Also I had the ability to be part of organizing this event. Sure it’s a dream came to true,”

“My roots are from South Africa and am so proud of that because it has a very special on so many levels,” Roger Federer said.

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Roger Federer is currently in the recovery phase after the two surgery He had,

Although the analytics believe it would be very hard for Roger Federer to come back,

but The Swiss man Roger Federer set the 2021 season his comeback date.

And will miss the US Open, Roland Garros and the O2 Arena.