Roger Federer will not compete at the ATP Masters from May 9th to 16th in Rome. The four-time finalist is not on the entry list for the clay court tournament, which was published on Monday. … Federer will play a tournament on clay in the Spanish capital for the first time in almost two years.
Thereof, why is Federer not playing in Rome?
Roger Federer made his fans happy by returning to court at the Qatar Open 2021. He also announced that he will play at the French Open 2021 and the ATP Geneva Open 2021. However, Federer has opted to sit out the Rome Masters 2021 as he trims his schedule for optimum match fitness.
One may also ask, has Federer ever won the Italian Open?
The event is also known as the “Rome Masters” for male edition, as well as sponsored name “Internazionali BNL d’Italia”. Rafael Nadal has won the men’s singles title a record ten times.
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Will Roger Federer retire?
The Swiss maestro said he’d retire a satisfied man if his incredible career has already drawn to a close. “I hope that in 2021 I will return to the courts. We will see,” Federer said. “But if my career had to end here, well it would be incredible to end it with this award.”
Federer has only played five tournaments this year, with his latest appearance coming at Wimbledon, where he made the quarter-finals. … A month later, having opted not to play at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, Federer has confirmed that he is set to have further knee surgery after two operations on his right knee in 2020.
Roger Federer announced on social media Sunday that this clay-court season he will compete in the Gonet Geneva Open and Roland Garros. … Federer last played on clay at 2019 Roland Garros. Federer last played in his home country in Basel in 2019, when he claimed his 10th title at that tournament.
World No. 8 Roger Federer has withdrawn from the French Open following his third-round victory, citing a need to rest, Roland Garros announced. “After discussions with my team, I’ve decided I will need to pull out of the French Open today,” Federer said. …
Venus Williams withdrew from Rome (would face Pliskova) so a lucky loser will enter. This vacancy from Venus Williams allowed Kristina Mladenovic and Laura Siegemund to enter the tournament as lucky losers.