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Roger Federer to skip U.S. Open due to knee surgery

By Reuters
16 August 2021   |   10:16 am
Roger Federer will miss the upcoming U.S. Open and be sidelined for many months because he needs more knee surgery, an operation that the Swiss great said on Sunday will give him a "glimmer of hope" that he can resume his glittering career.

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