Of all the rankings that exist in nature, the most important is a faithful reproduction of the list of tennis players with the most successful Grand Slams. Rafael Nadal’s 13th victory at the French Open, Mallorca reached Roger Federer in Switzerland with 20 titles, a very long chase lasting a total of 15 years.
Federer’s 40th birthday is approaching, and it seems impossible to see Nadal hold the Musketeer’s Cup again in the 2021 edition, so there’s an air of overtaking.
But the two need to look in the rear-view mirror. For years, it’s so close at 17, that there’s a specific Novak Djokovic that just fills three points. Knoll has a greater age advantage than Federer and is a year younger than Rafa.
If Roger played his last card at Wimbledon, Rafa would once again be his favorite to conquer Roland Garros, but Knoll could have three Grand Slams playing fast. Rapha, on the other hand, can be pleased to rival what is considered to be the most important record to date.
Recently, Kevin Anderson’s former physiotherapist Carlos Costa revealed how he felt after working with Anderson at Wimbledon 2018.
Former physiotherapist remembers how Anderson fought the battle between the past and Federer
The match against Roger Federer was certainly one of the most exciting matches. Kevin Anderson made a big comeback after losing the first two sets. He survived the tiebreaker on the final set and won 2-6, 6-7, 7-5, 6-4 and 13-11 games.
“Kevin is like a player who always does his best in such situations … Roger is certainly the best player ever in tennis, but you always have a chance. Opportunities happen. Don’t know, keep fighting and challenge. In the end, it really happened.
Kevin really showed himself and us that if we really believed in ourselves, things could change, “said Carlos Costa. Immediately after remembering the match between John Isner and Kevin Anderson, fans are automatically tired.
It was the semi-final of Wimbledon 2018, but surprisingly the match lasted 6 hours and 36 minutes. “I think it was about 6 hours and 30 minutes at Isner. I remember being completely exhausted after the match.
He was like a huge fat, so we keep giving him electrolytes, bars, and everything to make him aware. I’ve never seen such a long event, such a long match … It was like Kevin’s incredible performance. We are very grateful to be there and see it happening live, “concludes Costa.
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“Roger Federer is certainly the best tennis player ever,” says Physio.
https://www.tennisworldusa.org/tennis/news/Roger_Federer/93916/-roger-federer-is-the-best-player-of-all-time-in-tennis-for-sure-says-physio/ “Roger Federer is certainly the best tennis player ever,” says Physio.