In what may be an early sign of things to come, Roger Federer is changing his schedule next year to include Rotterdam in the winter. Federer, who last played Rotterdam in 2005 when he won, has always been very cautious and wise with his schedule and year-long commitments.
But with Federer adding a tournament in Rotterdam just after the Australian Open, is Federer now resigned to the fact that he may not be winning as many tournaments as he use to, which in turn also cuts down on the number of matches he plays.
So to make up for it Federer adding tournaments in anticipation of not being the player he once was?
Federer is Spain this week seeking a third Madrid title. He plays the winner of Milos Raonic and Feliciano Lopez, two players who did well this weekend.
Here’s Roger who once again shows off his incredible memory:
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