Roger Federer, according to one ATP great, “was an amazing competitor.”

Carlos Alcaraz is not simply the tennis world’s youngest ranked player. At 19 years and 4 months, he is among the Top 10 youngest players to win a Grand Slam, joining a remarkable group. But throughout 2022, he also managed to become the youngest player to win the ATP 1000 in Madrid and Miami, the youngest player to ever defeat both Nadal and Djokovic, the youngest winner of an ATP 500 tournament, and the youngest player since Pete Sampras in 1990 to win at Flushing Meadows.

Regarding the Grand Slam competitions, the young Spanish champion succeeded in adding the first pearl to his collection in his ninth career appearance. The first look back at last year’s campaign and Stefanos Tsitsipas’ remarkable triumph before quitting against Félix Auger Aliassime in the round of 16.

Compared to the 2021 Australian Open debut, losing in the first round of the 2020 junior tournament. In that instance, Alcaraz qualified and played in Abu Dhabi in a completely different manner before falling to Mikael Ymer in the second round.

Although Jan-Lennard Struff halted the Spaniard’s quest in the third round after qualifying, he was lively in Paris. The Spaniard has won three straight matches in the fifth set, over Cilic, Sinner, and Tiafoe, over the course of a two-week season, following victories in the third round at Melbourne Park in 2022, the quarterfinals in Paris, and the round of 16 at Wimbledon.

In his sixth career appearance in the main draw of a Grand Slam, Nadal managed to win on the red brick of the Bois de Boulogne in 2005. Djokovic had placed the first of the twenty-one pieces on the mosaic in his thirteenth appearance, in Australia in 2008, following the US Open final the previous season.

However, it took Roger Federer seventeen shots to break the taboo and win on the Championship court in 2003.

Federer is going to be on Team Europe.

Dan Evans praised Roger Federer and described him as an everyday, down-to-earth person.

“Yes, I believe that his being a very, very normal, down to earth person who was obviously good in king-like stature in the sport is the highest compliment I can pay him. He treated me and everyone others exactly as a regular guy on the street would treat his mate.

The highest praise I can bestow upon him is that. It goes without saying that having a practise partner is highly helpful. Yes, he was the type of person whose phone would never ring loudly during a press conference “said he. “On the tour, he would greet everyone.

He was undoubtedly not a kind person to everyone in order to be as accomplished as he was, but he was an incredible competitor. I believe he will be terribly missed. The elder males will experience something different without him present. Unfortunately, the younger generation won’t understand how he operated “Added he.