Tennis has shown through expert performance that it can overcome the pitfalls associated with the coronavirus and excite millions of people. 2020 was a turning point in the world of sports, an unthinkable year of disappointment with unexpected, harmful and multiple difficulties.
The protagonists of the ATP and WTA circuits have been successful in trying to bring joy to the fans’ homes and provide the best (or worst) repertoire. Looking at the Grand Slam title, honorable mentions are inevitable for the Australian Open and Roland Garros winners Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal, respectively.
Serbs and Spaniards are no longer in the news, but it’s always surprising to think of their self-denial, even during pessimistic times in the world of sports. Djokovic and Nadal represented the world’s sports at the very moment it seemed to be nothing more than a distant memory.
We can’t forget Dominic Thiem’s achievements in winning the first slam title in his career: a heroic victory over Alexander Zverev and the US Open in the showcase, the reality that he may not be the last. With hope.
In a recent interview, Nikolapirich elaborated on these setbacks to Roger Federer’s legacy. The 81-year-old commented that given how fierce the competition was during the twilight year on the tour, the world’s fifth-ranked would find it “very difficult” to beat the slam anymore. It was.
Pilic of the gap between’Big3’and NextGen
Nikola Pilić believes that the gap between Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Nextgen has already been significantly reduced and will eventually disappear.
But he argued that all three were still too good to disappear into oblivion. “It’s a natural process that the Big 3 slowed down significantly,” continues Pilic. “But that will certainly happen. The difference between them, previously measured in miles, is now about centimeters.
The 20-time Grand Slam Champion has withdrawn from the first major of next year because of fitness. Next year, Federer will be the first to not appear in the men’s singles draw in Australia. Open.
It’s a big disappointment for fans who were hoping to get him back to the Grand Slam after winning six times. At an award night in Switzerland a few weeks ago, Federer said he wasn’t confident in competing at the Australian Open as he was still behind schedule for recovery from his second knee surgery this year.
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“It’s no wonder Federer, Nadal and Djokovic have slowed down significantly,” the legend says.
https://www.tennisworldusa.org/tennis/news/Roger_Federer/93854/-it-s-natural-that-federer-nadal-djokovic-slowed-down-significantly-says-legend/ “It’s no wonder Federer, Nadal and Djokovic have slowed down significantly,” the legend says.