Roger Federer's 2010 Tournament Schedule

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Roger Federer announced his 2010 schedule via his website. He’s planning to play 18 tournaments and “hopefully” the season ending championships in London.

Roger Federer’s 2010 Schedule: (tournament starting dates noted)

December 31: Capitala World Tennis Championship, Abu Dhabi (exhibition)
January 4: Qatar Exxonmobil Open, Doha (ATP 250)
January 18: Australian Open, Melbourne
Feburary 22: Barclays Dubai Tennis Championships, Dubai (ATP 500)
March 8: BNP Paribas Open, Indian Wells (Masters 1000)
March 22: Sony Ericsson Open, Miami (Masters 1000)
April 26: Internazonali BNL d’Italia, Rome (Masters 1000)
May 3: Estoril Open, Estoril (ATP 250)
May 10: Mutua Madrileña, Madrid (Masters 1000)
May 24: Roland Garros, Paris
June 7: Gerry Weber Open, Halle (ATP 250)
June 21: Wimbledon, London
August 9: Rogers Cup, Toronto (Masters 1000)
August 16: Western & Southern Financial Group Masters, Cincinnati (Masters 1000)
August 30: U.S. Open, New York
October 11: Shanghai ATP Masters 1000, Shanghai (Masters 1000)
November 1: Davidoff Swiss Indoors, Basel (ATP 500)
November 8: BNP Paribas Masters, Paris (Masters 1000)
November 21: Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, London (if qualified)

Federer will be playing the Estoril Open for the first time since 2008, when he won the tournament, and he is skipping the Japan Open in Tokyo. Monte Carlo is also off the calendar (for now.) No word yet on if he’ll play the opening round of Davis Cup vs. Spain in March.

Read more: http://www.gototennisblog.com/2009/11/03/roger-federer-announces-his-2010-schedule
 
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Blinkism

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Fed said that his participation at the Davis Cup will depend on how well he does at the Australian Open. He's not 100% committed to it.

He's also left off Monte Carlo for a similar reason- basically, if he needs the extra points then he will participate. Same situation that happened this season, basically (when Fed asked for a wildcard into the draw).
 

TheMusicLover

G.O.A.T.
He's also left off Monte Carlo for a similar reason- basically, if he needs the extra points then he will participate. Same situation that happened this season, basically (when Fed asked for a wildcard into the draw).
He's exchanged MC for Estoril for 2010, and I think it makes sense - Estoril fits in his overall clay schedule a lot better, and with MC no longer being mandatory...
Of course it will remain to be seen whether he'll show up in Estoril as well. I guess that will indeed depend on how many/little points he's managed to defend/gain up till then.
 

mandy01

G.O.A.T.
I actually think he'll drop out of quite a few events next year ..perhaps even more than this year .
 
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