Lausanne – Tennis Legend and King of 20 Grand Salem titles Roger Federer of Switzerland has urged Olympic organizers to put an end to the uncertainty surrounding the Tokyo Olympics. Federer said he is still in two positions about participating in these games.
The Tokyo Olympics were scheduled to take place last year but were postponed due to Corona and are now scheduled to be held from July 23 to August 8, but Japan, struggling with Corona cases, has imposed a state of emergency in its capital Tokyo and other three regions. Has extended to the end of May.
Federer, who won a double gold at the 2008 Beijing Olympics and a silver medal in the singles category at the London Olympics after four years, told Swiss TV station Lemon Blu on Friday that I honestly don’t know what to think. I am going through two thoughts.
I want to play in the Olympics, I want to win a medal for Switzerland. This will make me proud, but if it is not caused by the circumstances, then I will be the first person to understand it. I believe that the athlete needs to decide whether it will or it will not. We are currently being told that the Olympics will be held in its own time.
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