Roger Federer hopeful of playing at Olympics in Tokyo

Roger Federer says where he’s dreaming of winning his first Olympic gold medal, he expects to compete in Tokyo 2020.
Federer missed the Rio Olympics due to a knee injury, but the 38-year-old is currently making plans for the next year.
The Swiss, who won gold in men’s doubles using Stan Wawrinka, has generated up plans before Wimbledon and is currently weighing up the choice of whether to play Tokyo.
“I am very excited about the prospect of playing the Olympic Games, however I am not quite convinced yet,” admitted Federer.
“My preparation goes before Wimbledon next year which is a couple of weeks before the Olympics, so I suppose I will be deciding about the Olympic Games at the next few months, hopefully the next month or so.
“It’s been a special occasion for me personally over the years. My wife in 2000 taking the flag in Athens and Beijing for the Olympic delegation that was a fantasy for me personally and me come true.
“Winning doubles gold using Stan Wawrinka in Beijing then getting the silver in London, at Wimbledon. So for me, perhaps to be part of it again would be great, especially after missing the previous variant in Rio because of a knee injury, but I will just have to see how my family is doing, the way my body is performing, then if all is green and I really feel it is the perfect thing to do, I’ll play that, otherwise I’ll skip it but it would definitely be a nice challenge, I admit.”
Federer is in Geneva before the third edition of the Laver Cup, where Europe extends up from the rest of the world.

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