Tokyo Olympics: Sir Mo Farah says ‘I’m not finished yet’

Sky News published this video item, entitled “Tokyo Olympics: Sir Mo Farah says ‘I’m not finished yet'” – below is their description.

Sir Mo Farah says he still needs to sharpen up as he trains to represent Britain in the Tokyo Olympic Games.

He also supports world tennis number two Naomi Osaka’s decision to withdraw from the French Open.

Sir Mo reflected on his own experiences as an athlete and said speaking to journalists “is not easy”.

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