Roger Federer is back on the ATP Tour this week after a two month and a half break, and he is eager to keep competing. In the last two years, since his knee surgery, his schedule is a very popular and important topic for him and his fans.
Federer guaranteed that he will play in Halle, but he could skip the Rogers Cup in Toronto in August. Last year he played it, hurt his back during the final against Alexander Zverev and was forced to skip Cincinnati. That's why he may not play both Toronto and Cincinnati this year, although he didn't deny it: 'I am playing next week, I am playing Wimbledon', he said about his short-term plans.
'After that we wil see about Canada. My season sort of starts from now. I hope that I can play a full season, a full schedule. I will just play what I can. The more I play, the more healthy I am, the more is possible.
The last weeks have been very exciting and these matches, playing for World No. 1, do not come around that often.” ALSO READ: A Grand Slam champion has just withdrawn from Queen's!