Roger Federer Tokyo Olympics

Roger Federer will play in next year’s Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

Roger Federer has confirmed that he will be playing in the next summer’s Olympics in Tokyo as he pursues a earn gold medal in the men’s singles.

The Swiss master, who turns 39 during the Games, is one of the game’s most adorned players however he has never won Olympic singles title.

Federer won silver at London 2012 in the wake of losing to Britain’s Andy Murray.

“At the end of the day my heart decided I would love to play the Olympic Games again,”

Federer said.

Federer, who missed Rio 2016 through damage, won a gold award at Beijing 2008 in the men’s copies close by Stan Wawrinka.

In the singles, 20-time Grand Slam champion Federer completed fourth at Sydney 2000, lost in the second round at Athens 2004 and arrived at the quarter-finals in Beijing.

“I’ve been bantering with my group for half a month now, months really, what I ought to do in the late spring after Wimbledon and before the US Open,” included Federer, positioned third on the planet.

“I carried the flag twice for Switzerland in Athens and Beijing, I’ve got a gold and a silver, and I would love to play again, so I’m very excited.”

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