Speaking earlier today at the Hopman Cup, Roger Federer said he doesn’t know yet if he’ll play the clay season.
“That’s just part of the things that I really have to set in stone right now,” Federer said when asked about playing the French Open. “It’s just figure out the American summer, the clay, then the grass and how would that work, or is it just better to keep it like it was.”
Federer hasn’t played the clay season since 2016, and hasn’t made an appearance at the French Open since 2015.
The 37-year-old also said the 2020 Tokyo Olympics are not an immediate goal. “I never said that,” he explained.
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