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Roger Federer has no plans to retire after Olympics

  • 17-time Grand Slam singles champion Roger Federer has said that he has no plans to retire after Olympics to be played next year. Federer turns 35 during the Rio Games. As per reports, at the Rio Games he will be playing in the singles and mixed doubles. Federer, who has been playing in the International Premier Tennis League held in India, said that he has been looking forward to next year.