Roger Federer, one of the best tennis players of all time, announced Monday that he will play at the Tokyo Olympics next year. These will be his heels. "In the end, I decided my heart to go back to the Olympics," said the Swiss in Tokyo.
– Olympic Channel (@olympicchannel) October 14, 2019
Roger Federer spent those days in Tokyo, performing an exhibition duel with John Isner. Currently, the third player in the world thought it best to spread the word in Tokyo, the city where the Olympic tournament will be held. "I consulted my team if I can advertise here. In fact, this is the city where the Olympics will be held. I am pleased to announce here."
"I spoke to my team weeks ago or months ago about what I would do in the summer of 2020 after Wimbledon and before the US OP," said Federer, who is already looking forward to his participation in the Olympics. "I carried the flag twice for Switzerland. In Athens and Beijing. I already have gold and silver at the Olympics and I want to play again."
All the Olympics are something special to him.
Federer won gold in Beijing with Stan Wawrinka in 2008, winning silver four years later after losing to Andy Murray in the final. He had to launch the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro due to injury. Thus, the Tokyo Olympics will be their fifth, and Baselchan, 38, does not hide his desire to want more gold in his showcase in individual competitions. "Each Olympiad was something special for me and I hope to be healthy," said the 20-time Grand Slam winner.
Federer will go to Tokyo in 2020
Novak Djokovic also wants Olympic gold
His presence at the Tokyo Olympics was also confirmed by Novak Djokovic, currently the world's first player. The Serbian tennis star, who has a bronze medal in Beijing, played in this month's Olympic tournament, where he won without losing a set. He also doesn't hide big goals for next year. He experienced a big disappointment at the Rio Olympics. There, the tournament ended in the first round and left the field in tears.
"I will try to enter the Tokyo Olympics in very good condition. Last time I was injured and not well prepared. I would like to reach the final and go beyond Beijing. I will fight for gold," said the uncompromising 32-year-old. Belgrade.
The Olympic tennis final will take place on August 2, two weeks before the start of the US OP.
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