Friday, September 25, 2009

Roger Federer withdraw his name from Japan Open

At present major Wimbledon title owner Roger Federer has withdrawn his name from the Japan Open. He attended one time in the Rakuten Japan Open in 2006. He has announced to take rest according to the consultancy of his doctors. This year he played in the all grand slam final and just become the champions in the French Open first time. The victory at Wimbledon brought 15 Grand Slam titles and achieves the most Grand Slam winner title holder.

Guardian reported:
"After consultation with my team and doctors, I decided to take the difficult decision to withdraw from both tournaments," Federer said in the statement. "This will allow me a chance to give my body a chance to rest, rehabilitate and recover from a physically challenging year."

The Rakuten Japan Open will be staged between 5 -11 October. In US Open he failed to score the sixth successive but could reclaim the world number one sign from Rafael Nadal. He not only kept stop to play in the Japan Open but also Shanghai tournament. Millions of tennis fan of Japan and over the globe will deprived of from the opportunity watching him in the courts of Japan


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Seunghyun said...

Cool stuff! Thanks for sharing. Federer is amazing.