Roger Federer Hints Next Year Could Be Complicated For The Big 3
by Tom Gainey | May 15th, 2019, 10:33 am
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Did Roger Federer just say this year could be it for the Big 3’s domination? Speaking yesterday in Rome, Federer seemed to say that the young guys will have this to gain more experience, then next year they will make their move.

“The young guys are pushing through nicely the last year,” Federer said. “You look at the move that Tsitsipas has done, or Medvedev or Khachanov, Felix, Denis, so forth. It’s announcing to be a very exciting season, even a more complicated one for the top guys next year, I believe, because this is the year where they truly are breaking through, truly are gaining a lot of experience.”

He then added that he likes seeing all these different winners this year, and that it’s a toss-up who’ll make the ATP Finals.

“I think it’s going to be a good season,” said Federer. “It’s going to be interesting to see who is going to make the World Tour Finals, especially if so many guys have won especially big titles, like Fabio in Monaco.

“I think it’s going to be good. I’m happy to see that it is the way it is, to be quite honest.”

Once the rain subsides, Federer will be on court today in him Rome debut against Joao Sousa.


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