20-time grand slam title winner Roger Frederer has stated he is looking forward to play at the newly revamped Tokyo 2020 Olympic Tennis Court in Japan.
The 38-year-old Swiss legend went to his twitter account and tweeted: Roger Frederer @rogerfederer “This would be my 5th Olympic Games, I hope I will be healthy unlike Rio! Can’t wait Tokyo”
Frederer stated this after an exhibition game at the 10,000 spectators seater court Ariake Coliseum, which will be the venue for the Tennis event.
The Tokyo 2020 Olympics will be the last for the Swiss legend, and he will be looking forward to add a gold medal to his list of trophy collections. Frederer won the doubles at Beijing 2008 Olympics but was defeated in the final of London 2012 Olympics by Andy Murray.