Roger Federer claims his throne at the Miami Open

The Swiss tennis player appears in the preliminary list offered by the Miami Open, which will be held from March 24 to April 4 and where Federer defends the title won in 2019.

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Roger Federer is still planning his return to the slopes in 2021 after not competing in 2020 due to his knee injuries. After confirming that he will debut next week in Doha and that he will also play in Dubai, the Swiss has hinted that he will also play at the Miami Open, where he defends the title won in 2019 (in 2020 the tournament was not played due to the pandemic ), as it appears in the tournament pre-list.

It will be the first serious test for Federer on his return to competition, as the Swiss will face again with the main rackets of the tournament as Novak Djokovic (as long as the Serbian recovers from the injury he suffered in Australia), Rafa Nadal, Daniil Medvedev or Dominic Thiem among others.

It should be remembered that the Miami Open is the tournament in which Roger Federer achieved one of his last titles of the 103 that he treasures in his record. Federer has prevailed four times in the Florida tournament, where he wants to return to rub shoulders with the elite again. 'His Majesty' is now ready for his return and Miami will be his first great showcase to demonstrate it.



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