Roger Federer’s 2013 Tournament Schedule

November 17, 2012 · Print This Article

Roger Federer’s 2013 tournament schedule can be viewed below. Because of his exemption from playing Masters events after being on Tour for 12 years, racking up 600 wins and turning 31, Federer has opted to miss Monaco, Miami and Basel. He will not receive a zero for missing these tournaments.

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Australian Open
01/14/2013 – 01/27/2013

ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament
02/11/2013 – 02/17/2013

Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships
02/25/2013 – 03/02/2013

BNP Paribas Open Indian Wells
03/04/2013 – 03/17/2013

Mutua Madrid Open
05/06/2013 – 05/12/2013

Internazionali BNL d’Italia
05/13/2013 – 05/19/2013

Roland Garros
05/27/2013 – 06/09/2013

Gerry Weber Open
06/10/2013 – 06/16/2013

Wimbledon
06/24/2013 – 07/07/2013

Rogers Cup
08/05/2013 – 08/11/2013

Western & Southern Open
08/12/2013 – 08/18/2013

US Open
08/26/2013 – 09/08/2013

Shanghai Rolex Masters
10/07/2013 – 10/13/2013

BNP Masters
10/28/2013 – 11/03/2013

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Comments

6 Responses to “Roger Federer’s 2013 Tournament Schedule”

  1. Chak75 on November 17th, 2012 2:59 pm

    He should cut down the clay court season,no point wasting energy there really.

  2. Paul on November 18th, 2012 9:02 am

    Shocked he is missing Basel!

  3. jenny cramer on December 15th, 2012 2:51 pm

    he could still play Basel – good thing to cut back and concentrate on slams

  4. Johan on January 3rd, 2013 11:47 am

    I am surprised that he is opt out of Monaco and Miami – he could’ve raked a lot of points in those two tournaments

  5. Nima Naderi on January 3rd, 2013 4:35 pm

    I think Roger is looking long term and this is the best way for him to do it. I suspect it will all turn out for the good.

  6. Max on January 3rd, 2013 6:40 pm

    I still wonder why Roger hasn’t included the WTF like he has done the last few years. Being modest? It seems pretty inconceivable that he will drop out of the top 8. Or if we really want to be extreme, he’s planning on being somewhere else with his racket in a glass case. (I hope not anyway, I don’t really need to hope, it ain’t happening.) almost two months off between Indian Wells and Madrid too…

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