French Open 2012: 4 Reasons Roger Federer Proved He's Ready for Summer Games

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French Open 2012: 4 Reasons Roger Federer Proved He's Ready for Summer Games
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Roger Federer has done almost everything the sport of tennis has to offer.  He has won every major, numerous Masters Series titles and even gold in the Olympics with fellow Swiss Stan Wawrinka. 

One thing Federer hasn't captured, however, is gold in singles competition at the Olympics.  In the 2012 London Olympics, Federer can win the one thing he lacks in his Hall of Fame resume.

The Swiss maestro really doesn't need to prove himself too much more in this sport, but winning such an event can put Federer in the history books as greatest ever.

This recent French Open served a tough task for Federer.  His favorite surface isn't clay by any means, and Novak Djokovic defeated him in straight sets. 

Despite the unforced errors, Federer has proven that he's ready for the Olympics. 

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