Roger Federer also gives up playing in Monte Carlo

According to the journalist Luca Fiorino, the Swiss tennis player will not play the first Masters 1,000 on clay. Madrid or Rome, your next options to reappear.

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Roger Federer still does not want to force this 2021 season after a year in dry dock due to operations on his right knee last year at age 39 (he will turn 40 next August).

Federer, who returned to competition at the Doha Tournament, is still unclear when his next tournament will be, as he decided to forego the Dubai tournament this week and will not play the Miami Masters 1,000, where he defended the 2019 title.

However, Federer's postponement schedule continues to grow. According to the journalist Luca Fiorino Federer will not play the Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters, the Monte Carlo Masters 1,000, the first big event on the calendar on clay (April 11-18). Along with Federer, Canadian Denis Shapovalov has also decided to resign.

In this way Federer will continue training and now the Mutua Madrid Open (May 2-9) or the Masters 1,000 in Rome (May 9-16) are emerging as possible tournaments for Federer's return before Roland Garros (May 23 - June 6 ) and its two major goals of the year: Wimbledon (June 28 - July 11) and the Tokyo Olympics (July 24-30).

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