Roger Federer makes a decision on his schedule for 2020 and it includes a return in Roland Garros
after the loss of Federer against Nadal in Roland Garros semi-final, He received a standing ovation from the crowd,
thinking if it is the last time they will see him in Paris, it was an emotional moment for him.
The Swiss legend confirms that He will make a return to the French Open 2020,
after being absent for 3 years Federer decided to play it for two consecutive years.Roger Federer reveals 2020 schedule including French Open return Embed from Getty Images
After that, Roger Federer mentioned that He will not play many tournaments before Roland Garros
because of the Tokyo Olympics 2020, He wants to stay in good health to participate there.
“I will play Roland Garros, I probably won’t play much before that. Especially if I’m playing the Olympics and all that,” Federer said.
After the French Open Federer mentioned that He will play Halle, Wimbledon, Olympics, maybe Cincinnati, and the US Open.
“I will probably play Roland Garros, Halle, Wimbledon, Olympics, and then maybe Cincinnati, then the US Open,” Roger addedRoger Federer reveals 2020 schedule including French Open return Embed from Getty Images
In an interview with Roger Federer with China Global Television Network in Shanghai,
He mentioned that He is not playing the French Open because of the grand slam record,
it motivates him but it is not the reason why He will be playing there.
“I think it is a little bit of motivation but it is not the reason why I am still on the tour.“
“I’m really trying to achieve as much as possible that I can, something I can control,” Federer said
Roger Federer will play in Basel next week as He is trying to win another title in his homeland.