Roger Federer spoke about the chances of seeing him play the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. The Swiss said: "It's that I don't know if I'm going to be playing there just because it's still a year away. Even though the time is slowly coming around for me, in my mind, my team, my family, to find out what's the best schedule after Wimbledon next year.
Then I for sure meant also I don't know exactly the requirements, what it takes with wildcards at the Olympics, all that stuff, as the Davis Cup format also changed, all that stuff. As I don't know if I will be playing, I don't know the requirements, it was hard to give a proper answer.
But needless to say, the Olympics, the ones I played, have always been very memorable, either with carrying the flag, meeting my wife in 2000, winning gold, winning silver. Naturally, it's always going to be a possibility for me to play Tokyo if there is an exemption.
I don't know if I'm actually going to do it or not because it all depends on the family, on schedule, on the body, on the future. I don't know. We'll see."