One of the shots that has distinguished Richard Gasquet’s outstanding career is the rating of the top five one-handed backhands ever. Even though many people think Gasquet is the finest in this particular category, he has not yet taken the top spot.
Here are Gasquet’s top five setbacks:
First, Stan Wawrinka
Second Richard Gasquet
No. 3 Roger Federer (especially for the slice)
Guga Kuerten (4)
5) Albert Costa and Gastón 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 that morning when I entered the locker room after warming up and saw Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, and Novak Djokovic standing close to one another. In that space, I was the fourth person.
Djokovic knew right away that he would rise to the status of a holy monster in the sport, despite the fact that he was still far behind the other two at the Grand Slam level. The remainder is history “The list of the greatest showers in history recently included renowned coach Patrick Mouratoglou.
The technician then discussed the competition for the GOAT designation, which involves the Big Three. He said the following: “The battle for the GOAT title is still ongoing and more thrilling than ever. Just take a look at the most recent Grand Slam competitions. Rafa Nadal won the Australian Open and Roland Garros, while Djokovic won Wimbledon.
Even though Roger Federer hasn’t competed in a while, he still holds the record for Wimbledon title victories. He is the one who currently has insight into his future.” With his family, Roger Federer is vacationing in Greece for a few days.
John McEnroe considers Federer.
John McEnroe, a former world number one, wants to see Roger Federer return, but he wants him to play at 100% rather than at 80%. “Whenever Roger isn’t performing at an event, we miss him. He is the most elegant and attractive player I have ever saw on a court.
Roger would be great to see as a fan, McEnroe told Eurosport. The seven-time Grand Slam champion prefers to see Federer in peak condition as opposed to attempting a comeback like Andy Murray, who has struggled to perform at his best after undergoing a career-saving hip operation in 2019.
I don’t want to see Roger at 80%, but if he wants to participate, we will be glad he is playing. It’s not simple, as we saw with (Andy) Murray. You want to watch the best players perform, remarked McEnroe.