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He can see the future only by travelling to it. He cannot see his own personal future & (as briefly explained in "The Day of the Doctor"), if he crosses his own timeline in a way that would let him know about events in his own future, he loses his memory of those future events as soon as the timeline crossing ends. (That's why the Ninth & Tenth Doctors couldn't remember saving Gallifrey instead of destroying it & the Eleventh Doctor only remembered after it was no longer in his personal future.)