Top player proclaimed Roger Federer to have one of the best backhands ever.

One of the shots that has distinguished Richard Gasquet’s stellar career is his ranking among the top five one-handed backhands of all time. Despite the fact that many people think Gasquet is the finest in this particular category, he did not enter the first spot.

Here are Gasquet’s top five backhands:

First, Stan Wawrinka

Second Richard Gasquet

No. 3 Roger Federer (especially for the slice)

Guga Kuerten (4)

5) Albert Costa and Gaston Gaudio Gasquet recently shared an intriguing incident about the Big Three, the three tennis greats Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, and Rafa Nadal, during the Wimbledon competition.

He said the following: “I’ll never forget walking into the locker room after morning warm-ups and seeing Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, and Novak Djokovic standing close to one another. In that space, I was the fourth person.

I recognized from away that Djokovic would elevate to the status of a mythical monster in the sport, despite the fact that he was still far behind the other two at the Grand Slam level. What follows is history.”

Words of Mouratoglou regarding the Big Three

Recently, the renowned coach Patrick Mouratoglou has made the list of all-time greatest showers.

The coach continued by discussing the Big Three’s race for the GOAT title. He said the following: “The battle for the GOAT title is still ongoing and more thrilling than ever. Just by observing the most recent Grand Slam competitions, Rafa Nadal won the Australian Open and Roland Garros, while Djokovic won Wimbledon.

Despite his long absence, Roger Federer continues to hold the record most Wimbledon title victories. He is the only one who has access to future events.” With his family, Roger Federer is taking a short vacation in Greece.

The Swiss player won’t be back for a few more months, and the King has no desire to hurry things along. If nothing else unexpected happens, we’ll see him again at the Laver Cup, which will be held from September 23 to 25 at London’s O2 Arena.

The 20-time Grand Slam winner will finish up his incredibly brief season at the ATP in Basel, which is back on the schedule after the previous two editions were postponed due to the epidemic. He claimed that the 40-year-old Swiss should compete in certain tournaments in 2023.

The former ATP number 1’s two most recent seasons have been a true struggle because of a significant right knee injury. Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic passed The Maestro in the list of Grand Slam victories, with the Serbian also breaking the record for the longest period at the top of the global rankings.