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Roger Federer Says That He Needs a Vacation

tennisThe Swiss tennis player says he feels exhausted after the intense season this year

PARIS, FRANCE (19/SEP/2012.) - The Swiss tennis player Roger Federer, world number one, says he needs a vacation because he is very tired after a strong season in which he has served 31 years and has regained the crown of tennis world.

I have a great need for vacation. I'm injured, tired, exhausted and I need to decide where to cut he "says statement that includes today's edition of French newspaper" L'Equipe ".

After contributing to the Swiss Davis Cup victory against the Netherlands, which assures the Swiss a place next year between the teams that will be for the bowl, the best player in the world said he has to think to decide how to deal with the rest of the season

I have not decided anything about the end of the season. Although there is an established program, everything can change. Up to me to decide what is important, what is most important and what is really important, "he said.

With 69 games played in 2012, a seventh Wimbledon title and an Olympic silver managed to add to his resume, the Swiss want to think long term and do not rule out a break, as happened last year, when it took six weeks holiday after the U.S. Open.

First of all, I have to think long term, over the next six to twelve months, "said the player with more Grand Slam titles in history, which aims to keep the number one ranking in the ATP at the end of the campaign, although not necessarily their number one target, he said.

Although it seems that is not committed their participation in the tournament in Basel (from 22 to 28 October) and the Masters Cup in London (from 5 to 12 November), Federer could avoid citations Shanghai (7 to 14 October) and Paris-Bercy (October 29 to November 4).

Last year, the Swiss did not dispute the Chinese tournament, bringing one victory before retiring he would score points and please their sponsors.

However, the situation is reversed facing the 1000 Paris Masters, fast track in the title and defending prelude Masters Cup, which closes the season.

The Swiss, who pause would endanger his position as number one in the ATP ranking, has already secured a ticket to London, like Novak Djokovic (2), Andy Murray (3) and Spanish Rafael Nadal (4), while the other four contenders still to be decided.

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