Roger Federer is in Monte Carlo getting ready for the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters. Like many who visit the Principality--known for its glamorous casinos--Federer is hoping his luck will change. It's not easy to name tournaments Roger Federer has never won, but the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters is one of them. He's 0-for-12 starts in Monaco, after losing a close final last year to a surging Stan Wawrinka.
That was Federer's fourth finals appearance at Monte-Carlo. He says he's feeling well this year, with extra rest coming in. "I came here early on Thursday to practice on Centre Court, which is something I haven't always had the chance to do, " he told the press at the event. "Clearly I feel I've done all the right things to prepare."
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