Federer has been on a break since crashing out of the Miami Open in March.
He is skipping the clay-court season to stay fresh for the defence of his Wimbledon title.
Federer will be back on court at the Stuttgart Open, which kicks off the grass-court season on June 11.
And the Swiss star is excited to be heading to Germany.
â€śOf course, my expectations are high on grass, and I’m looking forward to playing again in Stuttgart this year,â€ť Federer said.
â€śOf course, my expectations are high on grassâ€ť
â€śThe atmosphere at the TC Weissenhof is wonderful.
â€śYou can immediately feel that there is much life in the club.
â€śThe tournament is very well organised and spectators are there in the matches.â€ť
Federer previously revealed his penchant for the Autobahn is one of the reasons he enjoys playing in Germany.
â€śIt’s not far away from home,â€ť he said last year.
â€śAnd of course, it was funny to drive once again in Germany on highways.â€ť
Federer has attracted criticism from some former players, including 1970 French Open champion Ion Tiriac, for skipping the entire clay-court season.
But Boris Becker hit back: â€śIn principle, Tiriac is right when he says that players are not allowed to chose where to play and where to not.
â€śBut Federer is in another league. He is the best ever. He is an unbelievable tennis player.
â€śHe did all right, and now that he has chosen to skip the clay-court season should be understood.â€ť