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(Reuters) – Roger Federer will begin his clay court campaign at the Geneva Open next month as he prepares for the French Open, the 39-year-old Swiss wrote on Twitter on Sunday.
After being absent for more than a year after two knee surgeries, Federer returned to the Tour at the Qatar Open last month, where he suffered a quarter-final defeat to Georgia’s Nikoloz Basilashvili.
The 20-time Grand Slam champion then withdrew from the tournament in Dubai to practice and prepare for the next run.
“It is nice to inform you that I will be playing Geneva and Paris. Until then, I will spend my time practicing. Can’t wait to play in Switzerland again,” said Federer, the only one. 2009 French Open champion, said on Twitter post https://twitter.com/rogerfederer/status/1383801843780780039.
The Geneva ATP 250 is scheduled to take place from May 16 to 22, while the French Open starts on May 30 in Paris.
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