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Roger Federer has pulled out of the Rogers Cup following three
straight surprising exits from tournaments.
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After three consecutive tournament exits against low-ranked opponents, Roger Federer pulled out of next week's Rogers Cup without giving a reason Friday.
The owner of a record 17 Grand Slam titles did recently complain about a bad back, however.
Federer, who turns 32 next Thursday, made the unusual move of participating in a pair of minor clay-court tournaments in the period...
Roger Federer has pulled out of the Rogers Cup following three straight early exits from tournaments.
The Swiss star gave no reason Friday for the withdrawal. The tournament begins Monday in Montreal.
Federer, the winner of 17 Grand Slam singles titles, is now ranked No. 5. He says in a statement he's ''disappointed'' to miss the Montreal event and looks forward...
(August 2, 2013) – Roger Federer has withdrawn from the Rogers Cup in Montreal, the tournament announce on Friday. “I am disappointed not to be playing in Montreal next week. It is a great tournament with amazing fans. I look forward to competing there in the future,” said Federer. No reason was given for the […]
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