However, Krajicek doesn’t think Federer, who is currently training in Dubai, will make the trip to Rotterdam.
“I think Roger will play in Doha, the week after Rotterdam,” Krajicek said. “But if he’s fit and ready to play, we will hear from him.”
While Federer may not compete in the event, where he holds the joint record for most singles titles with three wins, Rafael Nadal is expected to take part.
And Krajicek is excited about seeing the Spaniard return to Rotterdam for the first time since 2009.