Okay - sorry - point noted. Personally found it interesting as though he's said he wanted to play Rio 2016 before this seemed a bigger assessment of his long term plan for the next 4 years - the decision to skip Miami etc. Anyway it's not sensationalist in that it's not the first time he's said it but to me it's the first time I think he really believes it/actually is aiming for it rather than just putting off the press asking retirement questions.
OK I understand but I think you made a mistake : he's just in Brazil and he said "I want to play", nothing more in an answer in an interview with the enthusiasm which is suitable for this exhibition and fun time, you should be able to understand that the fact that the NY Times makes a title with that sentence doesn't mean that Fed really insisted saying that : I think you should really understand that the context in which a player says a sentence and the fact that a newspaper makes a titlke with it are two different things ... the example of the Indian newspaper which titled "Nadal will not compete in the Australian open" was a good example (which even obliged Nadal to publish something on his facebook to deny those "rumours"
the decision to skip Doha and Miami was more concrete news actually