Roger Federer has finalised the tournaments which he is going to play in the next half of the season. The world no.2 recently withdrawn from the Rogers cup and is looking to return fit and healthy for the last grand slam of the season, the US Open.

There is not much of a change in the Swiss schedule for the rest of the season apart from Rogers cup. He is almost slated to play most of the tournaments. Here is the list of tournaments in which the Swiss will take part in the next half of the season:

Cincinnati
US Open
Davis Cup Switzerland-Netherlands
Shanghai
Basel
Paris Bercy
ATP World Tour Finals (the odds are – the swiss will probably make it) 

Roger will lose 600 points now as he withdrawn from Rogers cup and has to fight hard to defend other titles in the rest of the season as the Swiss fought hard in the late end of the season in 2014 and almost ended the year becoming the world no.1

Withdrawal of Roger might pay dividends for the Brit Andy Murray as he might close in the gap of point difference. 

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