Originally Posted by Steve0904
I'm interested to see how Fed plans his schedule next year because no masters are mandatory for him anymore. He could really peak for the slams next year (not that he wasn't doing that already of course), but he may be fresher for them next year if he does it right, and I have a strange feeling he will. He's always been a good planner when it comes to his schedule.
A light schedule isn't always the best option.
"I rest my case. Federer needs to win 28 slams, twice more than Nadal to be in the same conversation with Sampras." A famous quote from helloworld.