Next spring, Roger Federer will only play two clay events, Rome and Madrid, before heading to Paris.
Federer’s agent, Tony Godsick, told The Associated Press in October that the Swiss star would play a 2009 schedule “that works for him physically.”
“He is not going to overplay next year,” Godsick said. “He is just going to try to make sure that he peaks for the tournaments that mean the most to him.”
Will less bring more?