- Tennis great has called on Games organisers to end uncertainty
- Still to decide if he will represent Switzerland amid Covid-19
Tennis great Roger Federer has called on Olympics organisers to end the uncertainty around the Tokyo Games, with the 20-times grand slam winner saying he was still in two minds about whether to compete.
The Olympics are set to run from 23 July 23 until 8 August after being postponed in March last year over the Covid-19 pandemic. But Japan, battling a surge of infections, has extended until the end of May a state of emergency in its capital, Tokyo, and three areas.
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