‘ANNOUNCING THEMSELVES’ AS ‘SUPERSTARS,’ SAYS ROGER FEDERER, ‘SAD’ FOR RAFAEL NADAL, CARLOS ALCARAZ, JANNIK SINNER

In men’s tennis, Roger Federer thinks players like Carlos Alcaraz and Jannik Sinner are leading the next generation, but the “next two of three years” will reveal who can move up to the front of a competitive pack. Federer also acknowledged that he was “sad” about Rafael Nadal’s circumstances, as the player’s recovery from an injury has been hampered by further setbacks.

Roger Federer believes that young players in the game are still “recalibrating” their games as they compete for multiple slams, despite the fact that players like Carlos Alcaraz and Jannik Sinner are “already announcing themselves” as “superstars” of tennis.
The renowned “Big Three” of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, and Novak Djokovic have amassed an incredible 66 major titles between them thus far, demonstrating their supremacy over men’s tennis since the early 2000s.

In an emotional farewell at The Laver Cup, Federer announced his retirement in 2022 after 20 Grand Slam victories. Nadal and Djokovic, despite their injury struggles, are still competing and looking for more recognition in their later years.

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