Roger Federer will play French Open as well as Olympics as Andy Murray casts doubts over doubles in Tokyo

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Roger Federer discussed his schedule (Picture: TPN/Getty Images) Roger Federer intends to compete at both the French Open and the Olympic Games in 2020, ending fears he will withdraw from the clay-court Grand Slam in order to give himself extra rest ahead of a hectic summer schedule. Federer, 38, returned to Roland Garros for the first time in four years earlier this season, losing to eventual champion Rafael Nadal in the semi-finals, and he plans to return to the French capital again next year. It will come as welcome news for French Open organisers, who must have been fearing the worst after Federer announced his intentions to cram...

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