Roger Federer will be in Montreal

Margot Aubert
Août 3, 2017

The Swiss has a 31-9 record at the Cup that bears his name, winning the title in 2004 and 2006.

The 30-year-old Serbian recently confirmed that his 2017 season is now over as he has been struggling with an elbow injury for some time and the final straw appears to have been when he was forced to pull out of his quarter-final match at Wimbledon.

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The Canadian hardcourt event alternates between Montreal and Toronto with a WTA event every year.

Roger Federer has confirmed that he will be in action at the Rogers Cup in Montreal, which takes place next week. It would be a chance to win a third major in a year for the fourth time in his career (2004, '06, '07).

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"I'm happy to be coming back to Montreal, as I have not had the chance to play there for many years", Federer stated, as quoted on the Daily Mail.

The US Open begins on August 28. He then clinched the Miami title, Indian Wells and finally Halle, before announcing yet another break form tennis. There had been doubts as to whether he would actually play the tournament, or instead skip the tournament and head straight to Cincinnati for the Western and Southern Open.

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The Swiss, who has twice won the Rogers Cup in the past, naturally took a few weeks off following his staggering 19th Grand Slam singles triumph at SW19, though will be heading to Montreal hoping to continue his incredible season to date.

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