Schedule

Roger Federer's schedule for 2017

1 January to 7 January - Hopman Cup

Category: ITF Team Event
Place: Perth, Australia
Surface: Hard (indoor)
Draw Size: Mixed Doubles - 8
Centre Court: 13,910
RF 2017: Semifinal

16 January to 29 January - Australian Open

Category: Grand Slam
Place: Melbourne, Australia
Surface: Hard (outdoor)
Draw Size: Singles - 128
Centre Court: 14,820
RF 2017: Winner

27 February to 4 March - Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships

Category: ATP World Tour 500
Place: Dubai, U.A.E
Surface: Hard(outdoor)
Draw Size: Singles - 32
Centre Court: 5,000
RF 2017: Second round

9 March to 19 March - BNP Paribas Open

Category: ATP World Tour Masters 1000
Place: Indian Wells, U.S.A
Surface: Hard (outdoor)
Draw Size: Singles - 96
Centre Court: 16,100
RF 2017: Winner

22 March to 2 April - Miami Open

Category: ATP World Tour Masters 1000
Place: Miami, U.S.A
Surface: Hard (outdoor)
Draw Size: Singles - 96
Centre Court: 13,800
RF 2017: Winner

12 June to 18 June - Mercedes Cup

Category: ATP World Tour 250
Place: Stuttgart, Germany
Surface: Grass (outdoor)
Draw Size: Singles - 28
Centre Court: 4,500
RF 2016: Semifinal

19 June to 25 June - Gerry Weber Open

Category: ATP World Tour 500
Place: Halle, Germany
Surface: Grass (outdoor)
Draw Size: Singles - 32
Centre Court: 12,300
RF 2016: Semifinal

3 July to 16 July - Wimbledon

Category: Grand Slam
Place: Wimbledon, Great Britain
Surface: Grass (outdoor)
Draw Size: Singles - 128
Centre Court: 15,000
RF 2016: Semifinal

  • Schedule updated as of 17 May 2017

4 comments:

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  2. He will play in Brisbane for the Australian Open warm-up instead of Doha where he ended his contract. He has signed a multi-year contract with Brisbane International for the next few years.

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  3. Isn't Federer playing in Shanghai this year?

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  4. He will play Shanghai for sure. He is the defending champion there. Federer's official 2015 schedule is only confirmed upto Wimbledon. It will be updated once Wimbledon is over and what tournaments he will play in the second half of the season.

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