Roger Federer says he will skip French Open

Roger Federer says he won’t play in a French Open and instead ready to play on weed and tough courts after this season.

Federer posted a summary entitled “Roger to skip Roland Garros” on his website on Monday.

Federer’s agent, Tony Godsick, reliable that a 18-time Grand Slam champion will not contest during a year’s second vital tournament, that starts in Paris on May 28.

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