60 slums three. This is an incredible loot collected by Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic from 2003 to today. Thanks to his sixth win at Wimbledon last Sunday, the Serbian phenomenon has captivated his eternal rivals at an altitude of 20, and already had the greedy opportunity to increase the number of shows at the US Open.
In fact, being the youngest of the Big Three, the number one in the world still seems to have a margin for the next few years, but not the same in Switzerland and Spain. At the age of 40, King Roger had double-operated his right knee in 2020, and seems to be approaching the song of a swan.
Rafa remains competitive at the highest level in his part, but his tired physique often needs to stop to avoid injury. In a recent interview with The Times of India, 12-time doubles grand slam champion Mahesh Bupasi praised the Big Three’s actions on and off the pitch.
Big 3 Bupati
“Outside the court, his warm and friendly attitude with (Roger Federer) fans was quite widespread in the locker room,” said Mahesh Bhupathi. “There were no players, coaches, or locker room staff that he wouldn’t greet or chat with.
He was always one of the boys in the locker room, joking and discussing the problems facing sports. Rafael Nadal is probably the most humble and sober champion I’ve ever interacted with, “Bupasi said. “”
The 47-year-old reiterated that he believed that the Big Three brought the best of tennis, and that he was lucky to witness the trio at its best. “Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic continue to push the bar to a dizzying height, in the process entering the golden age of men’s tennis,” continued the Indians.
“I had a front row seat at this great time.” Over the last 18 years, “Big Three” has won 60 Grand Slam titles. This is over 90% of Grand Slams. Their record is excellent, and even more surprising is the fact that they still dominate the sport.
Interestingly, Novak Djokovic is trying to achieve a golden slam if he can win the Olympic Gold and US Open 2021 titles. Can he finish his career with the most Grand Slam titles?
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“There were no players or coaches that Roger Federer didn’t do …” says the legend.
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