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Roger Federer: ´I don´t want to stop, I want at least two more years at a high level´

Roger Federer, interviewed by Colombian radio station Caracol, reveals his plans
Tennis Interviews  30 Nov 2012 - 00:17 / by Federico Coppini / reads 12031.
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Roger Federer, speaking to Colombian radio station Caracol, has revealed his plans to continue playing tennis for at least two more years.

“I’m not thinking about quitting soon at all, on the contrary, I want to continue to be competitive and win at least for the next two years.”

The Swiss also talked about doping, saying that he wants the sport to be as clean as possible.

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