Roger Federer returns the bundle for the Masters 1.000 tournament of Toronto (4-12 August). That made the 36-year-old Swiss Monday on the toernooiwebsite known. The number two of the world wants extra relaxation. He is the only one in the top twenty of the world ranking on the main table is missing.
Federer won the Canadian Open, which is alternately in Toronto and Montreal, takes place, in 2004 and 2006. Last year, he had to be in the final, beaten by the German Alexander Zverev.