'The dream is to win Roland Garros again.' It seems Roger Federer will do everything to play the second Grand Slam of the season, where he withdrew in 2016 due to injury and in 2017 because he didn't want to overdo himself.
The Swiss player said it during one of his press conferences at the Laureus Sports Awards in Monte Carlo, stressing that he 'dreams' of 'coming back' to the place where he achieved his career Grand Slam in 2009 beating Robin Soderling in the final.
Federer admitted that skipping the 2017 French Open despite being healthy was a tough decision, one of the toughest of his career. Federer is currently heading to the United States to play Match for Africa 5 on Monday, 5th March.
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