The renowned French coach, Patrick Mouratoglou, believes that the world of sport is experiencing its most fruitful decade in terms of producing champions in their respective disciplines. Tennis fans have been able to admire (and continue to do so) legends like Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams (who was coached in the past by the coach and TV commentator).
The Swiss Master and The Queen, so affectionately nicknamed, have written important pages and are considered by many to be the best of all time. Serena Williams is the player with the most Grand Slam titles of the Open Era, and she retired last year with 23 Major titles.
Federer also announced his retirement last year, bidding farewell to the world of tennis with 20 Grand Slam titles, behind only the Serbian and the Spaniard. Others, however, are still active, such as ‘Nole’ and ‘Rafa’, who are fighting for the all-time record for Slams (both have 22) and are fighting with Federer for the GOAT title.
Djokovic recently won his 10th Australian Open and is a contender for the most decorated of all time. Nadal, for his part, will try to impose the law on clay with his incredible record at Roland Garros: 14 titles at the Philippe Chatrier in Paris.
On the other hand, LeBron James has recently surpassed Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and has become the best player in NBA history. Lewis Hamilton holds the F1 record for most Drivers’ World Championship titles (tied with Michael Schumacher, with seven), while Tiger Woods has the most PGA Tour victories in golf history and second most in golf history.
the big championships. On The Big Deal-Australian Sports Business Podcast, Cahill spoke highly of Novak Djokovic’s ability to find weaknesses in his opponent’s game. “In fact, I’ve heard Andrea Petkovic describe Novak as water, because you can catch it but you can’t hold it,” Cahill said.
Amritraj reflects on Djokovic
Novak Djokovic has applied to the United States government for an exemption. “It becomes a tricky situation at that point. You know, if you excuse the great tennis player, then a lot of the family members and so forth who’ve been trying to get in, it’s a tricky situation, where do you make that call?” said Prakash Amritraj on the Tennis Channel.
“If you just look at it from a tennis perspective, he’s sort of established himself as the best tennis player in the world,” Amritaj continued. “So, for all of us, it’s a huge shame not to have him at two of the biggest events that we have.”
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