Roger Federer: 'It's clear the RF logo will be returned to me one day'

Speaking to reporters in Basel, Roger Federer spoke about his split with Nike in March this year and the start of co-operation with Uniqlo

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Roger Federer: 'It's clear the RF logo will be returned to me one day'

Speaking to reporters in Basel, Roger Federer spoke about his split with Nike in March this year and the start of co-operation with Uniqlo. 'We tried our best. We stayed together for 20 years and we split in a peaceful way,' Federer said about his partnership with the American brand.

Uniqlo cares about his post-career time, while Nike was more focused only about his career. 'I really wanted to go to Japan to meet people, the team and visit the store. The meeting with the CEO Yanashi Tanai went well.' RF logo was created by Nike that owns the rights.

But Federer is confident it will be returned to him and he will be able to use it on his Uniqlo outfits and shoes again. 'It's clear that it will be back to me one day. I want it back, especially for fans. Because the logo brings even more personality to my products and many fans enjoy,' said the world no.

3, who plans to play an exhibition match in Tokyo, Japan against the local hero Kei Nishikori at some point in 2019. It is being speculated that this could be a Match for Africa. Federer also reflected on the wrist injury he suffered from Wimbledon to US Open: 'I do not think about it anymore.

I am happy that it goes well again. In Shanghai, I was very pleased with my level as well as Laver Cup.' The 37-year-old will start his 2019 season at the Hopman Cup in Perth. ALSO READ: Roger Federer: 'Last few months have been tough and we all know why'

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