Federer to make Olympics decision after Wimbledon
Rafael Nadal will not be at the Olympic Games, but Roger Federer has not decided whether he will attempt to win a gold medal in singles.
Roger Federer will not make a final decision on whether he will play at the Olympic Games in Tokyo until after Wimbledon.
An Olympic gold medal is the one major honour to have eluded Federer during his decorated singles career.
The 20-time grand slam champion won gold in doubles alongside Stan Wawrinka in 2008 but was beaten by Andy Murray in the singles final in 2012 and pulled out of the tournament in 2016 to recover from a knee injury.
No Nadal in Tokyo
Rafael Nadal will not feature in Tokyo, having decided to skip Wimbledon and the Olympics to help him recuperate after the clay-court season.
Federer has grown significantly more selective over his schedule in the latter stages of his career as he has sought to look after his body.
Asked about his participation at the delayed Games, which begin next month, Federer told a media conference: "It's still my intention to go to the Olympic Games.
"But we will reassess everything after Wimbledon. It is my goal to play as much tournaments as possible. But it really depends on results and how the body is feeling.
"I wish I could tell you more. At the moment things are not as simple as in the past. With age, we have to be more selective, I can't play it all."
Federer starts his campaign for a ninth Wimbledon title when he faces Adrian Mannarino on Tuesday.
The Swiss has won all six of his meetings with Mannarino, including matches at Wimbledon in 2011 and 2018.