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Roger's 2013 schedule

16.11.2012 | Tennis, Starseite 3

Roger's tournament schedule for 2013 is out: he is planning to play the following tournaments in 2013, plus hopefully the ATP World Tour Finals in London. 

The 2013 schedule is as follows:

Australian Open, Melbourne
ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournamen, Rotterdam
Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships, Dubai
BNP Paribas Open, Indian Wells
Mutua Madrid Open, Madrid
Internazionali BNL d'Italia, Rome
Roland Garros, Paris
Gerry Weber Open, Halle
Rogers Cup, Montreal
Western & Southern Open, Cincinnati
US Open, New York
Shanghai Rolex Masters, Shanghai
BNP Masters , Paris

As of November, 17, 2012. Subject to change.

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11/18/2012 | 10:49 AM
Yes as KASHS pointed out Basel s also missing! Why this drastic change?
11/18/2012 | 10:48 AM
No Miami? Strange! Rotterdam picked instead of Miami and Monte Carlo also skipped as always.
11/18/2012 | 10:22 AM
That looks like a pretty good list Rog: but surely you are playing WTF?
*Shear* Roger is now able to skip Masters having played for 12+ years, 600+ matches etc. If you look on ATP rules, it will give you the information.
Congratulations on a wonderful 2012 and I hope you and your lovely family have a great holiday.
11/18/2012 | 07:56 AM
in your 2013 schedule where are Basel and Barclays world tour finals?
11/18/2012 | 07:52 AM
well done roger for 2012 congraqtulations. i wish you the best for 2013 too.
in the meantime have a nice holiday..

love and support always...
11/18/2012 | 06:27 AM
Come on Roger! I am sure next year will the even better than this one!

Greetings from Chile
11/18/2012 | 05:48 AM
It would be so nice to see you triumph again as last year. Maybe 2012 Wimbledon was your career highlight, I enjoyed so much!
Greatest of all time!!!
11/18/2012 | 05:46 AM
not playing basel? what about davis cup?
how can guga beat nolo and you can't
11/18/2012 | 04:51 AM
Yay! Lots to look forward to. God bless you.
11/18/2012 | 04:49 AM
Play less is good for u, but dont understand how come u will skip Miami and Monte Carlo. It is mandatory each player can skip only one master, isnt it?