Patrick Mouratoglou attempted to create the greatest player of all time by combining traits from Federer, Djokovic, Nadal, and Nick Kyrgios. The coach thinks that Roger Federer has the best volley shot, Nick Kyrgios has the best serves, Djokovic has the most agile returns and backhands, and Rafael Nadal is the best fighter.
Mouratoglou thought about what The Big Three might be called.
In a now-deleted video on Instagram, Patrick Mouratoglou discussed the never-ending rivalry between Federer, Djokovic, and Nadal in the sport of tennis “The competition to become the greatest of all time is stronger than ever.
Let’s start with tennis’ four major championships. Wimbledon’s champion Novak now has 21 Major titles, one more than Roger and two fewer than Rafael Nadal. Despite Nadal’s latest dominance at Roland Garros and Federer’s continued dominance at Wimbledon, Novak currently holds the record for most Australian Open titles with nine.
Can we even predict what the future will bring? Novak is the youngest of the Big 3, and he is also the most fit. As a result, he can maintain his peak performance for at least a few more seasons. However, he may be compelled to skip the US Open and the Australian Open and instead play the next Grand Slam tournament in Nadal’s hometown of Paris.
Roger, who will soon turn 41, has decided to make his on-court comeback for the season-ending Laver Cup. A second Major Championship victory would be a remarkable achievement for him. For his part, Nadal is currently displaying his finest tennis performance ever. Although he was able to advance to the semifinals of Roland Garros by defeating Novak in the quarterfinals, he is still nursing a number of injuries.
Each of them will find it more challenging to win Grand Slam tournaments as time goes on. Many up-and-coming players are able and willing to take their place. The Majors organization has added Carlos Alcaraz and Jannik Sinner. Daniil Medvedev is a former US Open champion.
And yet, Nick Kyrgios, Matteo Berrettini, and Stefanos Tsitsipas were all very close behind. However, does it have anything to do with the Grand Slams? Novak has amassed over one thousand Masters titles. Only Rafa has ever won an Olympic singles gold medal.
A record number of titles at the ATP Finals have been won by Roger. Roger holds the record for the most ATP singles championships. Is there a magic number at which a player becomes the GOAT?”