Stan Wawrinka lists the Big Three as follows: Roger Federer was gifted, easygoing, and skilled.

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Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, and Novak Djokovic, in Stan Wawrinka’s opinion, are all “different personalities and players.” Wawrinka said of Federer—who retired following the 2022 Laver Cup—that he “made tennis appear so simple.”

One of the greatest rivals in tennis history, Nadal has won 22 Grand Slam titles. Wawrinka has experienced what it’s like when the Spaniard gets very physical on the court. Wawrinka, meanwhile, thinks Djokovic “is a piece of perfection” when it comes to the Serb. “They have various personalities and playing styles.

When it comes to the game alone, Roger Federer really stands out for his talent, comfort, and touch. Rafael Nadal embodies force and strength, and Novak Djokovic is close to perfection. It’s true that facing Rafa in the Roland Garros final is one of the toughest obstacles I’ve had to face in my career; yet, “On RMC Sport’s Super Moscato Show, Wawrinka stated.

Wawrinka loved taking on Federer, Nadal, and Djokovic in competition.

Wawrinka, 37, competed in the most competitive era in men’s tennis and still managed to win three Grand Slams. Many think Wawrinka would have won more Grand Slams if he had played in a different era.

Wawrinka, though, is not sorry that he was born during the same time period as the Big Three. “For me, it was an opportunity to compete against the greatest tennis players in history. For me, though, there is no such thing in sports.

No one can say whether I was raised in a generation that was stronger or weaker. It is only the reality of the outcomes; it doesn’t exist “Explained Wawrinka. Wawrinka, meanwhile, advanced to consecutive quarterfinals in Rotterdam. After losing to emerging French star Arthur Fils on Friday by scores of 6-2, 6-3, Wawrinka was unable to advance to his first semifinal of the year. For the first time in 14 months, Wawrinka will be ranked inside the top 100 as of Monday.