Roger Federer is Lionel Messi of tennis

France’s Richard Gasquet has little doubt who’s the best tennis participant of all time as says Roger Federer is the “Lionel Messi of tennis.” Federer, 40, is a 20-time Grand Slam champion and former world No.

1. Federer is tied with Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic on the all-time Grand Slam report listing. “Roger Federer is by far the perfect. He has no equal in historical past. He’s the Lionel Messi of tennis,” Gasquet mentioned of Federer, per We Love Tennis.

Just lately, former world No. 1 Jim Courier mentioned it isn’t lifelike to anticipate Federer to ever once more win a Grand Slam. “I agree on Roger. It is very lifelike about his probabilities. He has talked about possibly not even taking part in till 2023.

So we are going to see. We may have our fingers crossed for him. and hope that we get to see him very competitively subsequent season,” Courier mentioned throughout his look on Tennis Channel.

Federer nonetheless making an attempt a comeback

Federer underwent a 3rd knee surgical procedure up to now yr and a half however he isn’t able to stop.

“I am upset however I do not wish to rush the occasions,” Federer mentioned. “Going again to the courts on the age of 40-41-42… It would not change a lot, the necessary factor is to return. “Who is aware of if I can be a commentator sooner or later, now I work to return to play and touch upon the video games from the pitch …

” Federer revealed that he might not be able to play at Wimbledon subsequent yr. “I felt that the US Open was additionally very quick, I miss matches. I had an incredible profession and I am not complaining, however it will have been good to be in Turin, it is a disgrace,” Federer mentioned.

“Wimbledon? Wanting on the calendar at the moment, it is rather difficult. There’s a small likelihood however I do not wish to be too loaded with expectations. “If I’m there, it will likely be for enjoyable. In April or Might I’ll give updates if I can be there or not, now it’s too early to inform.”

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