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Roger Federer’s Agent Tony Godsick’s Family Creates an Unusual Record at French Open 2022

Published 05/30/2022, 11:16 PM EDT

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The French Open 2022 has entered its second week. Fans have been treated to some eye-catching tennis action over the tournament. While there have been many upsets in the women’s draw, the men’s draw has seen fewer upsets going into the quarterfinal stage of the tournament. One notable absentee from this year’s Grand Slam event in Paris is Roger Federer.

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Although Federer isn’t a part of the tournament, his agent, Tony Godsick, is having a memorable one on the personal front.


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Tony Godsick’s wife and son playing at the French Open 2022

Nicholas Godsick, son of Federer’s agent Tony Godsick and Mary Joe Fernandez, is playing in the juniors event at Roland Garros. The 17-year-old participated in both boys’ singles and doubles. While he has reached the second round in doubles with partner Henrique Rocha, his singles campaign ended in the first round.

On the other hand, his mother, Mary Joe Fernandez, is plying her trade in the legend’s event. She is a former World Number 4 and a three-time Grand Slam finalist.


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Tony Godsick outlines the comeback plans of Roger Federer


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Last month, Godsick revealed the return of Federer later this season. He said, “He’s exactly where he wants to be but unfortunately it takes time. He’s going to play Laver Cup and Swiss Indoors. I don’t want to be the doctor but what I hope for him is to able to have a great rehab this summer, play some in the fall and give a nice shot at 2023, and then see what happens. I haven’t talked to him about that.” 

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The Swiss maestro hasn’t played a competitive match for over ten months. His last match was at Wimbledon in July 2021, where he lost in the quarterfinals against Hubert Hurkacz. Following this defeat, Federer suffered a knee injury that has kept him out of action.


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It’ll be interesting to see how Federer performs on his comeback later this year.

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Vatsal Shah


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Vatsal Shah is a tennis author at EssentiallySports. With a Bachelor's degree in engineering, he is a die hard fan of tennis and sports in general. He is an ardent follower of Rafael Nadal and is inspired by his never-say-die attitude.
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