Federer already looks at Madrid before returning to Roland Garros

The Swiss tennis player will return to clay almost two years later in the Madrid tournament. "I want to play the big tournaments and win the best."


Roger Federer is preparing for his return to clay almost two years after losing to Rafa Nadal in the semi-finals of Roland Garros 2019. The Swiss tennis player faces the clay tour with the aim of preparing for his two great goals this season: Wimbledon and the Olympics.

After resigning from the Monte Carlo Masters 1,000, Federer is expected to make his return on clay at the Mutua Madrid Open (May 2-9) and it is still a mystery if Federer will also play at the Rome Masters 1,000 (May 9-16 ) before competing at Roland Garros.

Federer looks to the next tournaments with enthusiasm and eager to continue showing that he can rub shoulders with the tennis elite. "I have not returned to play second-round matches in remote corners. My goal is to win the big tournaments and beat the best in the world. I still believe that I am capable of doing it. It is also a dream at my age, but a dream based on logic, "said 'El Maestro', who could meet again at the Mutua Madrid Open with Rafa Nadal and a Novak Djokovic who has not yet confirmed his presence in the Madrid tournament.

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