Talk Tennis Guru
Roger said to Courier and Ted Robinson that he specifically asked for a Sunday start and was happy then to have two days off. Then he added that once the Wednesday match was over, then "only five more matches, kind of like a Masters 1000 event, but with BO5 format." So when Zverev plays his first match on Wednesday, Roger will (hopefully) have completed two matches. That's great considering his age, possible weather delays next week and avoiding the hell that Rome turned out to be with the rain/scheduling.I think the 2 days rest between 1R and 2R for Fedr is good for him. His tournament is basically a 6-rounds tournament now in case he gets that far .