Novak Djokovic has narrowed the gap between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal in recent years. Thanks to his ninth victory at the Australian Open, World No. 1 is only two points away from his eternal rivals in the Grand Slam rankings.
Andy Murray claims that the next generation of tennis stars is still a few miles away from the big threes of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic. The world’s No. 1 won the 18th Australian Open title yesterday after winning 20 consecutive games of Daniil Medvedev.
Next Generation Andy Murray
Serbian superstars destroyed New World No. 3 with a straight set in just 113 minutes. “I thought the finals were close to honesty, but I know how good Novak Djokovic is, and when he’s in the game and clearly motivated.
I saw before saying that the last Medvedev was putting immeasurable pressure on him along the Novak line, that’s true, but those guys are at the top of the game and they’re theirs Dealing with immeasurable pressure throughout their careers, they know how to deal with it and perform at the highest level when it matters.
The position of returning to the quarterfinals and the semifinals and participating in the Grand Slam finals is different. These guys are doing now when you come across someone who has won 17 of them, or 19 or 20 of them, it’s pretty intimidating.
The young men do not show to me that they are particularly close to Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. Obviously what happened at the US Open, Thiem apparently did what he had to do to win the event, but if Novak didn’t put the ball in the line judge’s throat, it would be me I think it’s the same result, “-Andy Murray said.
Nick Kyrgios revealed at the Australian Open that he found Murray more difficult to play than the Big Three. Australia has a 2-0 victory record against No. 1 in the world. But Murray said: “Sports in general, especially individual sports, tend to be competitive.
I think Nick hit Novak several times when they played. When I played against him, I was successful. “Some players find it harder to play than someone who seems to be more successful.
It just comes down to matchups. Nick may say that because he doesn’t like Novak, but I don’t know. It doesn’t matter to me. ”
– Tennis Sports
“They don’t show close to Federer, Nadal and Djokovic,” says ATP Ace.
https://www.tennisworldusa.org/tennis/news/Roger_Federer/95425/-they-ve-not-shown-that-they-re-close-to-federer-nadal-djokovic-says-atp-ace/ “They don’t show close to Federer, Nadal and Djokovic,” says ATP Ace.