Roger Federer: Switzerland tennis star Roger Federer said athletes from around the world are waiting for the Tokyo Olympic Games organizers to decide whether the Olympics will be held due to the global Kovid-19. The Tokyo Olympic Games are scheduled to be held from July 23 to August 8, but there is a demand to postpone it due to Corona’s deteriorating situation in Japan and other parts of the world.
Federer told a TV, ‘Athletes need to make decisions. Is this happening or not? This (Olympic) is difficult. To be honest, I do not know what to do. I would love to play in the Olympics and win medals so that I can make my country proud, but in such a situation if it does not happen then I will be the first person to understand it. ‘
Federer said that nothing is clear right now. He said, ‘We are not listening much. It makes me think that sports will happen, even though I’ve heard that many people in Tokyo are against sports, but I think what athletes want is a decision: is it happening or not? ‘
The 20-time Grand Slam winner said, “Right now, we have the feeling that it will happen.” We know that this is a difficult situation. And if you want to go, you can also decide as an athlete. If you think there is a lot of resistance, it is probably better not to go. ‘