Roger Federer has said that he intends to play at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Even the Grand Slam champion has confirmed his desire and had previously spoken about his program up before the Wimbledon Championships.
At the end of the day my heart decided I would like to play with the Olympic Games again, Federer told me.
Ive been debating with my staff for a couple of weeks now, months actually, what I ought to do in the summertime after Wimbledon and before the U.S. Open [in 2020].
I took the flag twice for Switzerland in Athens and Beijing, Ive got a golden and a silver, plus Id like to play so Im really excited.
Federer would need a exemption to apologize due to the simple fact he has never played Davis Cup games to be eligible and missed the last variant in Rio de Janeiro because of trauma.
After initially taking part in Sydney back in 2000 his Olympic Games would be brought about by his presence in Tokyo.
The world No 3 medal came eight years later alongside Stan Wawrinka in the doubles whilst a silver medal at the singles had been procured following having a meeting Andy Murray at the final in 2012.

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