One thing I won't miss once fed retires, are his casual fans. In the states they are shocking and seems like London is not far behind.
If Nadal is healthy I'm not picking against him for the French.Anyone prepares to say that Nadal won’t win the French? Could Novak continue his hot form into the Northern Summer?
Even though the big 3 have all won a heap of slams, Djokovic is probably the only one capable of winning all 4 slams twice. I think only Laver has done that.
Federer was 21 when he won his first slam title (2003 Wimbledon).Federer hadn't won a Slam Title at Zverev's age either, so again two top 5 finishes, 3 masters and a world tour finals victory by the age of 21 is hugely impressive.
Yep he was 21 and 11 months, which is what Zverev will be in March 2019. I'm not saying this guy will be anything like the big 3 though as that would be stupidity, just saying he has done a hell of a lot more than any other young player currently on the tour.Federer was 21 when he won his first slam title (2003 Wimbledon).
Nadal and Djokovic also won their first slams at a younger age. Take the big 3 away, you have del Porto who beat Federer at the USO in 2009 when he was 21.
The guy can win all the master 1000s and WTF titles he wants, but if he keeps on collapsing in the early rounds of slam tournaments (like in this year's AO), then it really isn't going to matter much.