Former world no. 4 and Wimbledon semi-finalist Tim Henman is particularly interested in Roger Federer's comments about his 2018 schedule which is not clear yet. Working as BBC analyst during ATP World Tour Finals in London this week, Tim Henman said: 'It was interesting to hear him say early in the week that he felt this was a unique year with how little he’s actually played, yet still winning two Grand Slams and three Masters 1000 events.He’s talking about playing more tournaments next year because even he can’t believe he will be so serene and successful in 2018.
It will be interesting to see how he manages that,' Henman told about Federer. 'Will he play the clay court season? It’s doubtful. Having won the French Open he can afford to (miss) that,' added Henman, who defeated Federer in the quarter-finals of the 2001 Wimbledon.
Roger is still unsure about whether playing on clay, he said that if he wants to play, he will play at least one tournament on this surface before Roland Garros. Quotes recognized by Punto de Break ALSO READ: Roger Federer overtakes Tiger Woods to become the top-earning sportsman! .