The Big Three are discussed in one detail, and emerging talent is evaluated by Alexander Zverev.

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The Big Three “can’t compare with anyone else,” according to Alexander Zverev, who also said that Carlos Alcaraz and Jannik Sinner might develop into a fresh Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer-style competition on the Tour. Nadal, Federer, and Novak Djokovic essentially controlled the whole Grand Slam and Masters scene when 25-year-old Zverev began his professional career.

The sport has gained some new Grand Slam and Masters champions, despite the fact that Federer has retired and Nadal has suffered greatly from injuries in recent years. Although the Serb has missed a few Grand Slam and Masters events in recent years because to his immunization status, Djokovic is still as powerful as ever.

“Rafa, Roger, and Novak were on the tour the last few years I was there. You can’t compare those three competitors to anyone else. There are undoubtedly a lot of talented young players, like Sinner, Rune, and Alcaraz.

I believe the state of tennis is good. But my generation is undoubtedly included in that. Future viewers can anticipate additional contests between Sinner and Alcaraz. They get along well with one another. This can start a new “Rafa-Roger feud,” According to Zverev on Tennis TourTalk.

Zverev is scheduled to participate at the BMW Open in Munich.

Zverev will play in front of his home crowd in Munich after beginning his clay season at the Monte Carlo. Zverev will be participating in his ninth main draw this week.

After winning consecutive Munich championships in 2017 and 2018, Zverev hasn’t seen much success there since. “I usually like to play at home, and I have both good and bad memories of Munich. The weather has a big impact on how well I perform.

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I don’t play well in the rain or the cold. On clay, I enjoy playing quickly and aggressively. I was able to take first place in this tournament twice when the weather was nice. Therefore, I’m hoping that things will get better soon so that we can have a fantastic week here,” Zverev added. In Munich, third-seeded Zverev receives a bye in the opening round.

The Big Three are discussed in one detail, and emerging talent is evaluated by Alexander Zverev.

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