Andy Murray thinks Roger Federer can be competitive at the Roland Garros as well, despite the Swiss player decided to skip the whole clay-courts season before the second Grand Slam event of the year. 'If he plays like he did in the beginning of the season, he can definitely win', said Murray, who played Federer in the Match for Africa 3 exhibition on Monday. 'It won't be easy for him to play a Grand Slam event without playing any match on that surface, but he already showed in Australia that he feels comfortable also without playing too many matches.
We will see...'. Murray will probably come back to compete in Monte Carlo, where he trained with Sascha Zverev on Wednesday. ALSO READ: Roger Federer about not playing until late May: 'In Dubai I realized that I needed to take a break'