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The Break: Federer keeps winning, off the court
Published Jul 25, 2020
The Break is back with a new episode to get you caught up on all the off-court news in tennis.
Just because Roger Federer isn’t competition again in 2020 doesn’t mean he can’t win off the court. On the 17-year anniversary of his first Wimbledon title, Federer dropped a shoe with On called The ROGER Centre Court 0-Series.
"The 0-Series, which means there’s going to be different series to come,” the Swiss said.
Samantha Stosur became a mother with her partner Liz Astling. Genevieve will get to join a growing family of babies on tour once the schedule picks up again.
Genevieve's future doubles partners could be Leo (Victoria Azarenak's son), Olympia (Serena Wiliams' daughter) or Jake (Mike Bryan's son), to name a few options.
US Open Conflicts
Who will play, who will not? With the US Open still going ahead as scheduled and tournaments being crammed into the fall season, speculation has begun on who will and won’t show up. Federer is out while Venus and Serena Williams are in, but Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal are still not confirmed.
Nadal has been training on clay, while Djokovic on hard courts, stirring up the rumor mill.
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