Roger Federer Do Not Play In The Upcoming French Open
MRoger Federer withdrawn from French open this year due to his back injury. His back injury, which nagged at him throughout his clay court games seems to be the main culprit. He said his decision on his Facebook page was he have been making steady progress with my overall fitness. But he was not hundred percentage feel good. His back injury causes his chances to play games. Due to these reasons Roger Federer do not play in French open.
Federer Withdrawn French Open Due To His Back Injury
The back injury that has plugged him during the clay court season, combined with the lingering effects of keyhole surgery for a freakish knee injury in January, as well as a virus that struck him down. Now he can only hope he has enough time to recuperate and make a respectable charge. The last time Federer did not take part in the main draw in singles at a ground slam event was in the last millennium. That was in August 1999, when he lost in the second round of the qualifying tournament at the united states open to a fellow Swiss.